Brad Stevens is an EO Atlanta member, Chair of that chapter’s Accelerator program, and founder and CEO of Outsource Access, which helps companies grow by providing highly skilled virtual assistants. We asked Brad about his history as an entrepreneur, below.
In part 2 of this article, he explains how he helped grow EO Atlanta’s Accelerator program.
When did you first realize you were an entrepreneur?
In third grade, I saw an opportunity and grew it into my first entrepreneurial experience. It was 1985 and micro machines—tiny toy cars—were a big hit with kids my age. I amassed quite a collection and decided that I could use my growing inventory to start a rental company. I “hired” a friend as my vice president of marketing and we rented my micro machines to classmates for a penny per night.