Insight and advice from our people
"Entrepreneurial spirit is in our DNA"
"Don’t be afraid to get out in the market"
“One attribute all entrepreneurs share is resilience”
"Stand out from the pack"
“Seize your opportunity to shine”
UNLEASH YOUR ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT
Rajeeb Dey gives us his advice on the five qualities needed to be a successful entrepreneur inside. Do you recognise any of these in yourself?
Be resourceful in achieving your aims and have a contingency plan
Always be in listening mode and utilise your network
Kickstart your journey by articulating your vision well
Overcome challenges by remembering your passion for the idea
Take responsibility for your vision and lead by example
Meet the entrepreneurs inside EY
“Entrepreneurs can flourish using basic rules”
Arun Batra, Director and National Equality Standard CEOFind out more
"You need drive, determination and motivation"
Samantha Keen - EY LASER PracticeFind out more
“You need to speak up and get involved”
Joe McMullan Assistant Manager and EY Talent Centre leadFind out more
“Energy, self-discipline and passion are critical”
Jon Shepard - Director of Enterprise Growth ServicesFind out more
“It requires drive to be truly innovative”
Jamie Qiu Consultant and EY Startup Challenge leadFind out more
We asked more 1,000 professionals like you, in the country's biggest organisations, how they feel about work today. These are the surprising findings:
The top 7 barriers
to achieving career goals within large organisations are: 1. Lack of opportunities & challenges, 2. Company structure, 3. Lack of recognition, 4. Lack of training & mentoring, 5. Lack of empowerment, 6. The organisation's culture, 7. Lack of freedom to innovate
Aspire to run their own business
believe they've had or have ideas that could create new opportunities or revenue for their organisations BUT 45% of those respondents say they weren't able to implement their ideas.
think their organisation has an entrepreneurial culture.
Over half of 25-34 year olds believe they are more entrepreneurial than previous generations.
Entrepreneurialism at EY
We are passionate about entrepreneurial individuals and organisations as they drive growth and help to build a better working world. We support and encourage entrepreneurial behaviour inside and outside EY.