This week’s articles highlight the entrepreneur and investor relationship, Russia’s plan to become a tech powerhouse, important aspects of marketing, and advice from an entrepreneur who bought his first franchise at age 25.
Entrepreneurs Looking For Capital Investment Seek Kindred Spirits – Pamela Ryckman, New York Times Small Business
A founder who takes venture capital gets the opportunity to grow but also risks losing control of the company.
Russia, The Next Silicon Valley? – Kenneth Rapoza, Forbes
The future Russia is a tech powerhouse rivaling the brain trust and talents of Silicon Valley, says the country’s presidential aide Arkady Dvorkovich.
Important aspects of marketing every entrepreneur must have clear within their business plans.
20-Something Entrepreneur Multiplies Success in a Salad Franchise – Jason Daley, Entrepreneur
Josh Burton bought his first Saladworks at the age of 25.
This post was authored by Founders Workbench.