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J'aime les startups | Une startup par jour et c'est déjà pas mal !

J'aime les startups | Une startup par jour et c'est déjà pas mal ! | Startup News | Scoop.it
Toutes les nouvelles startups françaises par et pour les entrepreneurs
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Startup 101

An introduction to the world of startups, defining the main terms, and contextualizing the roles of entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs in our society

Via Alexandre Stopnicki
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Alexandre Stopnicki's curator insight, October 17, 2013 6:07 PM

An introduction to the world of startups, defining the main terms, and contextualizing the roles of entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs in our society

 
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Why Your Startup Needs More than Just a Good Idea

Why Your Startup Needs More than Just a Good Idea | Startup News | Scoop.it
Over at BPlans, Tim Berry writes about why that an entrepreneur’s good idea is not sufficient by itself for any serious investor to fund.
Why?
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The 7 Step Plan to To Maximize Your Startup eLearning Strategy

The 7 Step Plan to To Maximize Your Startup eLearning Strategy | Startup News | Scoop.it
Whether you are just getting started with eLearning or you want to brush up on the basics, this post can serve as your essential guide to success.
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[infographie] Créer sa startup à Paris coûte moins cher qu’à San Francisco, Zurich ou Londres

[infographie] Créer sa startup à Paris coûte moins cher qu’à San Francisco, Zurich ou Londres | Startup News | Scoop.it
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After Facebook, Its Instagram, airline brands are turning to!

After Facebook, Its Instagram, airline brands are turning to! | Startup News | Scoop.it
Last year Federal Aviation Administration predicted the airlines industry to boom in the next 20 years and that fares will rise slowly at that time.
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