Sawyer Howitt, is one of many young entrepreneurs who has thrived in business, despite having to fight through the global recession. Millennials are coming up with new ideas and strong optimism for the future. As of 2011, more than 160,000 new companies were made each month. Today, nearly 27% of millennials are self-employed.
Sawyer Howitt is based in Portland, Oregon and graduated from Lincoln High School. While in high school he focused on economics and business through classes and internships. Sawyer Howitt has become knowledgeable in the financial and operation needs to run a business. Sawyer Howitt gas come up with visionary ideas that will pair consumers with brands. Sawyer Howitt is passionate about customer service. He just became a project manager at Meriweather Group. Sawyer Howitt is working with companies and helping them stay up to date with the changing technology.
Sawyer Howitt loves his community. He often donates to several charities and during his free time mentors young people. He is also a strong advocate for women’s rights. Sawyer Howitt co-leads an international ethnic-studies program. During Sawyer Howitt’s free-time, Howitt goes fishing, plays racquetball and attends Portland Trailblazers games. Sawyer Howitt is expected to attend the University of California in Berkeley.
The environment for launching businesses is perfect right now. Sawyer Howitt says it is now easy to entice potential investors as well as getting small-business loans. Office management companies are renting out small work spaces with short-term leases. Right now it has become cheaper to start a small business. Sawyer Howitt has also mentioned combining work and living space into one place.
Sawyer Howitt identified eight cities that are prime real estate for new businesses and include: San Francisco, Austin, Salt Lake City, Palo Alto, Denver, Yorba Linda, Minneapolis and Santa Monica. Sawyer Howitt continues to help develop new businesses.
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