Enlarge/ What you need to know about launching a startup in Kansas.
(Courtesy of Sarah Lee) Enlarge Sarah Lee is an entrepreneur.
She’s been an entrepreneur for years, but it was her first startup venture that took her by surprise.
It was a Kickstarter campaign, for a bike ride.
It’s what led to her launching a second company, Blue Moon, a bike shop and bike sharing program.
Blue Moon is now the biggest bike sharing company in Kansas and she’s making a name for herself.
“When you’re a young entrepreneur, you have no idea how far you can go,” Lee said.
“I’m a millennial.
I don’t know how far I can go, but I think I can do it.”
Lee has been an entrepreneurial since she was 15 years old.
She said she always wanted to be an entrepreneur, but didn’t have a good idea of what to do when she started out.
“It was really hard to find the right person that was like, ‘Okay, this is what I want to do and this is how I want it to be,'” Lee said of starting her own company.
Entrepreneurs need to have a clear idea of where they want to take their business, she said. “
You have to figure out how to get that.”
Entrepreneurs need to have a clear idea of where they want to take their business, she said.
She added that her entrepreneurial background is one of the reasons she’s successful in the field.
“In my background, I was a writer, so I knew I could be a writer,” Lee told National Geographic.
“So I figured, what I really want to be is a writer.”
Blue Moon has since grown into one of Kansas’ top bike shops.
It launched the Blue Moon bike share program in May of 2016, and has had a great track record of success.
“We have a really great track history,” Lee noted.
“And we’re getting to the point now where we have a lot of great customers and we’re really getting people back to ride bikes.”
Blue Lake Bike Share launched in August of 2016 and the program has been successful, with over 40,000 bikes taken off the road since then.
“This program is very well-managed, well-staffed, and well-run,” Lee stated.
Blue Lake has partnered with several local businesses including The Blue Lake Inn, which offers a bike rental service to Blue Lake residents.
The Blue Lakes are also currently expanding into a bike sharing station that will serve businesses, restaurants, and more.
Blue Lakes is also offering a free, one-hour tour to anyone that wants to learn more about the bike industry.
“There’s a lot that’s out there that’s not as well known, and it’s really important that we have that exposure,” Lee added.
Lee’s experience at Blue Lake helped her make the transition to entrepreneurship.
“The first thing I did was, I had this vision of being a writer and starting a company, and then I thought, I don