A Quarter Want to Be Entrepreneurs

September 1st, 2014

More than a quarter of employees dream of running a business, according to a survey from Lloyds Bank Insurance.

The report reveals that 26% of workers have entrepreneurial aspirations but the fear of taking a risk is preventing a third from starting a business.

Nearly half (48%) believe that the economic environment is not strong enough, while 35% say they don’t know how to start a business.

The key findings from the survey were:


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