The first big blast of attention could have easily ended the Rudolph brothers’ business dreams.
"The film is showing more of the gritty, behind-the-scenes parts of being an entrepreneur that you don't see on the outside," says Akron Entrepreneurship Fellow, Heather Roszczyk.
It takes a lot of blood, sweat and tears -- and now one film is exploring the startup life, set right here in Detroit.
This weekend Generation Startup will premier at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The documentary follows around several Detroit entrepreneurs for 17 months highlighting their story starting up in the city.
How a film about entrepreneurship became its own challenging and rewarding endeavor.
A new documentary looks at what it takes to make it as a young entrepreneur.
“Detroit doesn’t need saviors.”
Hear Kate Catlin talk about her participation with Venture for America, an experience which helped her streamline her own startup passions.
We hear all the time about new companies springing up to disrupt the economy, and so on the surface, it may seem like entrepreneurship is at an all-time high. But that isn't the case.
"I greatly admire anyone who has the guts to take risks and isn’t deterred by the fear of failing, which holds most of us back." - Cheryl Miller Houser, Co-Director & Producer
A groundbreaking new documentary reveals the unsexy and uncertain path to launch a business. With young Americans starting companies at multi-decade lows, it's a call to action we can't ignore.
A conversation with Cynthia Wade, Cheryl Miller Houser and Labib Rahman.
An exclusive chat with Co-Director Cheryl Miller Houser.
Generation Startup's Max Nussenbaum and Dextina Booker talk with WNYC's The Takeaway.
"We're as capable as men – if they can figure this out on the fly, so can we."
Generation Startup documents the stories of six young entrepreneurs, and what it's like to build a company in America.
New Documentary Takes Us To The Front Lines Of Young American Entrepreneurship
"...these stories are the kinds of things that motivate others to follow their own passions."