10 Entrepreneurs for Students to Learn From on Twitter

Learning is a lifelong activity that stretches well beyond your time in college. Using social media tools like Twitter give you the opportunity to be unofficially mentored by real world business professionals while you earn your business degree. Students studying to become business professionals need to take advantage of this because at no other time in history have we have the ability to learn from successful entrepreneurs.

In order to help you learn more from real world tested business leaders we’ve put together a list of 10 entrepreneurs for students to learn from on twitter. This list of entrepreneurs is a great place to learn about the world of business beyond the classroom.

Entrepreneurs on Twitter

1. John Jantsch

Small business marketing consultant, speaker and author.


2.Dharmesh Shah

Founder/CTO HubSpot and startup blogger at OnStartups.com.


3. Robert Kiyosaki

Investor, entrepreneur, financial education advocate and bestselling author.


4. Tony Hsieh

CEO of Zappos.com


5. Tim Berry

Founder and chairman of Palo Alto Software.


6. Neil Patel

Co-founder of Crazy Egg and KISSmetrics.


7. Ali Brown

Founder and CEO of Ali International LLC.


8. Mark Cuban

Entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks.


9. Richard Branson

Founder of Virgin Group.


10. Seth Godin

Founder of Squidoo.com, author, blogger.


To follow this list on Twitter go here: Entrepreneurs for Students to Learn From

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