Entrepreneurial lessons from Samuel Adams — the beer

Chris Spinelli and Jon Mervine, who have a brewing company, are among the entrepreneurs who have received advice from Jim Koch, the man behind Samuel Adams beer. “It’s like being a left-handed guitarist and getting the opportunity to jam with Jimmy Hendrix,” Mervine said. It’s important for entrepreneurs to be patient when it comes to growth, develop a great product and follow their passion, according to Koch. Fox Business Small Business Center (12/6)

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