For aspiring entrepreneurs, the thought of building a company from scratch can be daunting. What if no one wants to buy what you’re selling? Where will the money come from to grow the business? And what will happen if you fail?
To get some answers, we talked to six Johns Hopkins Carey Business School alumni who have seen it all before. These seasoned entrepreneurs told us their stories, from choosing the right business idea to raising venture capital, and shared their best advice for launching a successful startup.