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Visual.ly has a great infographic put together from data culled by Startup Genome, which researched 3,200 startup companies to figure out why some work, and others, well, don’t.
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FlyingKite covers the first Startup Weekend’s impact and the title’s second event, which takes place October 14.
FlyingKite also covers Startup therapy, a Philly Startup Leaders-like group that aims to bring entrepreneurs together to tackle topics, like raising capital, setting priorities and selling the Enterprise.
MIGHT BE WORTH YOUR TIME
The folks at Multifunding, a surburbs-based funding group that is aiming to help social entrepreneurs, is looking for a new name for that movement: could it be “values entrepreneurship,” “ethical entrepreneurship, or something else? Let ’em know.
DuckDuckGo founder Gabriel Weinberg is featured on Hanselminutes episode 281, a weekly podcast on web development and recently, startups.
Viddler says goodbye to the entreprenur that helped them make a mark on web video service: Gary Vaynerchuk, who announced during August that he was leaving the online video business.
RailBandit makes a move to gaming with a Minesweeper-like title BeeSweeper.
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