Here’s our weekly link roundup of small business buzz, musings and muchness. A curation of the best small business talk around the web.
Let the job-creators in. “America’s government should give more visas to people with ideas.” (The Economist)
Where are today’s global entrepreneurs going? “just picked up and moved. I wanted to get in on the action in China.” That’s how my conversation has begun with dozens of entrepreneurs who have been working in China …” (Upstart)
How startups hack the talent pool. “The hunt is on for engineers as small companies employ tactics from cold calls to social media trolling.” (Crain’s New York Business)
Online education startups: a field guide. “Online education is on a tear. Every few weeks or so, it seems like yet another startup offering online classes announces a multimillion dollar funding round.” (GigaOM)
What Drives Would-Be Entrepreneurs? The Results Are In. “Need proof that interest in entrepreneurship is alive and well in the United States and around the world? Consider the 5,000-plus individuals who have already taken the “Are You An Entrepreneur?” survey …” (Forbes)
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