This week’s articles discuss how to get jobs with start-ups, why the source of venture capital is important for entrepreneurs, how entrepreneurs can serve on boards, and using entrepreneurial gigs to build your own company.
Startup Jobs Are Growing: How to Jump Aboard – Josh Tolan, Business Insider
Tips on how to take advantage of the growing job market with start-ups.
Why The Source of Venture Capital is as Important as the Money Itself – Serguei Beloussov, TechCrunch
For entrepreneurs, finding the right funding with the right investors is more important than just the money.
Here’s How Entrepreneurs Can Score an Elusive Board Seat – Mark Rogers, VentureBeat
An entrepreneur offers advice on how to get a seat in different professional, business or community boards.
Before You Start Up, Practice in the Gig Economy – Nacie Carson, Upstart Business Journal
Working on entrepreneurial gigs can give you practice to help launch your start-up.
This post was authored by Founders Workbench.