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Part III: The Power of Clones to Startup—Start-up Communities

Subjects in this post include: 1.)   Drive Growth and Innovation in the Supply Chain 2.)   Sidestep the Obstacles that Impede Scaling Up—Investor Attitudes to Risk & Failure 3.)   Controversy of Clonentrepreneurship: Cloning the Idea or Hatching a Start-Up? 4.)   The Spread of Clonentrepreneurship Last time in Part II, Cultures of Risk—Financing the Startup of Start-up […]

Part II: The Cultures of Risk—Financing the Startup of Start-up Communities

Subjects in this post: 1.)   The Cultural Divide:  What Investors ‘Buy’ 2.)   What Investors Fear 3.)   The Culture of Venture Capital:  Friend or Foe? Last time in Part I, I discussed: 1.)   First, Three Definitions 2.)   The Russia Tech Scene 3.)   Growth in Russia 4.)   What Changed for Growth to Emerge 5.)   The Spark that […]

Part I: The Start-up of Russia. The Startup of Start-up Communities: The Power of Clones in Russia—& Beyond

Last time I introduced the questions as topics for answers in this five part post series: 1.)   What is the ‘spark’ that ignites the startup of start-up communities? 2.)   How does the ‘start-up’ of startup communities differ—emerging markets vs. developed countries? 3.)   Why is the US entrepreneurial model of experimentation, trial and error and pivoting […]

INTRODUCTION: THE STARTUP OF START-UP COMMUNITIES; THE POWER OF CLONES IN RUSSIA—& BEYOND

What are the elements of a start-up community?  What can you do to startup a start-up community in your city, or help it do more—faster? Venture investor Brad Feld (Foundry Group, Boulder, Colorado, co-founder of Tech Stars, blogger Feld Thoughts) writes about these subjects in his other blog StartUp Communities with his new book titled […]