Here’s our weekly link roundup of small business buzz, musings and muchness. A curation of the best small business talk around the web.
Startups are hard. We do our best not to kick them when they’re down — especially the very small, lesser known operations. Should startups, which are much more fragile and likely to fail, be treated differently in the press? (SFGate)
Checkout 10 startups that have “combined the ease and convenience of the Internet with the pleasure and nostalgia of snail mail. From beauty and crafting to food and feminine hygiene, these startups are tackling a number of industries.” (Forbes)
BlackEnterprise.com And Dell Launch ‘Small Business University’ – a free eight-week education course that offers expert guidance to entrepreneurs looking to start and grow small businesses, with chances to win a over $50,000 in prizes (Black Enterprise)
“The startup scene in New York is a busy world that’s hard at work solving everyday problems big and small. And the number of those startups that exist today is growing by leaps and bounds. Here are some of the newest up-and-coming New York startups” (The Examiner)
“TechNexus isn’t an incubator in the vein of Y Combinator or TechStars, three-month programs that swap seed capital and work space for equity. Instead it offers desks (for a fee) and mentoring (free) from a potent mix of entrepreneurs, nonprofits, investors—and founders.” (Forbes)
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