Makerspaces are physical locations with donated equipment that members can use to develop new skills and to further develop personal DIY or creative projects. Arguably, they have been around for decades; just in the background. The new trend towards community enterprise and the rise of the makerspace has me positioning this as a real hidden gem within the broader entrepreneurial sector, but am I right?
Entreprenurism is a massive mental strain in almost every regard. The challenge around developing the product or service, financing the development, what technology to use finding the right employees, procurement etc. is just massive. "Doing the right thing" in an ethical sense sometimes will seem like a very low priority, so what stance can entrepreneurs take to get some ethics into the company culture early on?
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