Road to Entrepreneurship

Vandeveire, Mary
April 2006
PN;Apr2006, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p14
Trade Publication
The article relates the success of disabled veterans Craig P. Kennedy and Andrea Jehn in starting a company in the U.S. called Access Anything. The company offers guidebooks for travelers with disabilities and accessibility consulting for travel-services providers. Kennedy said that he overcome the problem of being his own boss by working with a personal business coach.


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