This week’s articles compare the VC industry to the beer industry, analyze contradictions in views about Steve Jobs and other wealth creators, offer tips for “elevator pitches,” and share how a new business is placing college graduates at start-ups.
Beer Kegs and the Future of Venture Capital: What It Means for Entrepreneurs – David Beisel, GenuineVC
The VC industry is increasingly evolving like the beer industry as it continues to mature.
How Can You Worship An Entrepreneur On Sunday and Step Over One on Monday? – Lewis Schiff, Inc.
Why Americans are memorializing Steve Jobs while vilifying other wealth creators through “Occupy Wall Street.”
Great Startups Can Hook an Investor in 60 Seconds – Martin Zwilling, Gust Blog
Creating and delivering a good “elevator pitch.”
Starting a Teach for America for Entrepreneurs – Jessica Bruder, New York Times Small Business
Venture for America recruits college seniors to spend two years after graduation at start-ups in struggling cities.
This post was authored by Founders Workbench.