You Can Own and Run a Start-Up Even If You Are Disabled

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Disabled people need a lot of flexibility in their working conditions. Start-ups have highly flexible working environments. So it seems easy to assume that the disabled find working in start-ups easy. How about taking it a step further and creating your own start-up? Of course, it is not as simple as that. This article looks at the various resources available to disabled people who wish to start their own business and how to cope with its demands.


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