Investors, Innovators Help the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

Those who work with entrepreneurs are starting to codify the ways entrepreneurial practices can be standardized and passed along to the next generation of startups, according to a recent Mass High Tech article.  In the article, representatives from a venture capital firm, a startup incubator and an alliance of inventors and innovators offer “pro tips” for those interested in starting a business in information technology or another industry.  One is to “work on your market analysis, not your elevator speech.”  Another is to “stop sneaking around” and, instead, share your ideas early and often with smart people.   Read the full article here.

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About Lynne Strang

I'm a writer who blogs about 40-and-older business owners. I am also the author of "Late-Blooming Entrepreneurs: Eight Principles for Starting a Business After Age 40." Outside of work, I enjoy reading, cooking, vegetable gardening and exercise (especially cycling).
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