This week’s articles highlight the tech sector boom in Brazil, discuss why start-ups should have a physical headquarters, examine how “pivoting” works for entrepreneurs, and provide business lessons learned from a new book on the Kennedy’s.
Brazil Getting Too Hot? Torrid Pace of VC Deals Has Some Talking ‘Bubble’ - Esteban Israel, Reuters
Brazil’s buzzing tech sector has venture capital funds snapping up stakes in local Web startups at an unprecedented pace.
Why VCs Invest in Startups with Gravity - David Beisel, GenuineVC
VCs want to know where a company is (going to be) located after they fund it. Where is its center of gravity?
'Pivoting' Pays Off for Tech Entrepreneurs – Lizette Chapman, Wall Street Journal
Today, founders cycle quickly through different ideas until they find one that sticks.
6 Lessons Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Jackie and John F. Kennedy - Rieva Lesonsky, OPEN Forum
The recently released book, Jacqueline Kennedy: Historic Conversations on Life with John F. Kennedy, offers some unexpected lessons for entrepreneurs.
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