Business Startup Procedure
Starting a business involves so much learning and administration in various areas, regardless of the focus of the business itself.
For people that want to manage a business or oversee the building of a project/company etc., but don't want to get into the legal, accounting, administrative stuff, it can be a nightmare or at least a huge, lengthy hassle.
Business mentors are at hand but all they can do is help problem solve and give advice - very useful for when you actually run into problems but they don't do the legal/accounting/admin work for you.
Likewise, you can hire an accountant, go visit a lawyer and consult with a marketing genius. Again, though, you still have to do a lot of the paperwork and worrying. Also, hiring might not be financially possible in the early stages of the business. Furthermore, this is a fragmented approach.
What if a person wants to run a business based on their own ideas - direct it, so to speak - but the startup side of it is too convoluted and tricky for the person to feel comfortable with? S/he might be excellent at innovating, at managing, at executing, but they might not 'get' the legal etc. aspects and might be bogged down by this stuff, which in turn distracts them from what they're good at / enjoy doing.
The purpose of a school, college and university is to educate. But what if students want to provide services to the general public or other businesses? As parent category attests it's too difficult to start a business. There is so much administration to be done when all you want to do is a job. I propose schools, colleges and universities have umbrella organisations associated with them and provide an ERP and administration software for running of businesses. So the education organisation acts as a sort of bootstrap organisation for providing products and services.
A startup, where each funding round is like a logical different startup, but uses the key component created in the previous funding round, as an enabler for the next round, often jumping to another industry in each round.