Days of 'lone wolf' entrepreneurs are over
Burning Man obsession highlights increased importance of community for start-ups, writes Leanna Byrne
One of the most interesting things about writing on Irish start-ups is the obsession with start-up culture.
A cornerstone of the ‘American dream’ across in Silicon Valley and other major US cities, start-up culture is a relatively new phenomenon.
It began as this cult theory about being an entrepreneur - the man or woman who works day and night to make money at all costs. These days it’s more about breakout spaces with...
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