Corey Holmes' decision to delay university and start a small auto detailing business in Sidney may actually turn out to be one of the best investments the 22-year-old could have made, according to an entrepreneurial expert.
Geoff Archer, professor and director of the Eric C. Douglass Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies at Royal Roads University, said if Holmes is intent on the life of the entrepreneur he may be on the right track. "It sounds like he's balancing the practitioner and the academic," said Archer. "There's a lot to learn from practical life experiences and not just the positive ones."
Read the full story in the Oct. 18 edition of the Times Colonist.