This week’s articles highlight why a successful entrepreneur decided to become a VC, discuss the classic definition of entrepreneurship, share the results of the World Bank's Doing Business 2012 report, and feature a Seattle group created for young entrepreneurs.
So You Think You Can Be a VC? – Ben Rooney, Wall Street Journal
Why successful entrepreneur Max Niederhofer, founder of Qwerly, decided to become a VC.
What's an Entrepreneur? The Best Answer Ever - Eric Schurenberg, Inc.
This classic 25-word definition pares entrepreneurship to its essence and explains why it's so hard. And so addictive.
10 Best Countries For Starting A Business – Alicia Ciccone, The Huffington Post
The World Bank’s ranking of the 10 countries that provided the greatest ease of doing business.
Young Entrepreneur Social: Seattle Has to Stop Eating its Young – Curt Woodward, Xconomy
Brayden Olson founded the Young Entrepreneur Social, a Seattle-based group aimed at bringing successful under-30 entrepreneurs together for networking events and mentorship programs.
This post was authored by Founders Workbench.