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.


Jason T.

My name is Jason and I've been writing for online and offline publications for the most part of my writing career. I love writing about technology and business. Anything else is fine too unless it doesn't skip me completely. Social media is not my cup of tea, but I find online...

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