Monthly Archives: October 2011

Limo Service Owner Fulfills Lifelong Dream

By Lynne Strang, Late Blooming Entrepreneurs Rory Kelly Nothing turns heads like a shiny, elegant limousine.  Maybe it’s the commanding presence, which makes it stand out among other vehicles.  Or the prospect of catching a glimpse of some famous person … Continue reading

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Is There an Age Bias in Venture Capital?

Seth Levine, a managing director with venture capital firm Foundry Group, asks this question in an October 13th commentary appearing on CNNMoney. In his piece, Levine recounts his reactions during a pitch meeting for a social networking related business.  The presenters were three entrepreneurs, all in their late … Continue reading

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Hate Networking? Try “NetWeaving”

By Lynne Strang, Late Blooming Entrepreneurs If you’re someone who doesn’t like schmoozing at cocktail parties to make business contacts, listen up. Bob Littell has a method for meeting other professionals that may suit your style. Twelve years ago, Littell, principal … Continue reading

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