What is Entrepreneurship?
New York is often identified as being closely associated with high finance. And finance has a longstanding home in New York’s Wall Street. The city also houses the New York Stock Exchange, which is the largest stock exchange in the world; its capitalization is more than $30 trillion.
Not only to the New York Stock Exchange and Wall Street define the city; so too do banks such as JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, and Morgan Stanley.
Knowing this, it’s no surprise that the top industry in the state is finance and insurance, with revenues of $309.2 billion each year. Other high-grossing industries include real estate, rental, and leasing; which is right behind finance and insurance. Next is professional and business services, with the third-highest revenues. Educational services, healthcare, and social assistance is fourth on the earned revenues list, followed closely by information.
Finance and entrepreneurship are a natural match. One of the hottest sectors for entrepreneurs right now is “fintech”. Entrepreneurs who have entered financial services and technology are customer focused and are comfortable working with mobile technology. It’s a necessity in the current economy to make use of disrupting online and mobile platforms, even if you don’t touch cryptocurrency. These professionals are hard at work disrupting traditional industries, such as banking and insurance.Search Entrepreneurship Programs
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