Europe's Mr. Entrepreneurialism

Serial entrepreneur Philippe Pouletty says, to create white-hot successes in the Google mode, Europe needs to free up more institutional funds for startups

Philippe Pouletty is a man on a mission to boost entrepreneurialism in Europe. A 49-year-old French medical doctor, he launched two successful biotech companies in North America in the 1990s before returning to France in 2000 to launch three more biotechs and to co-found a $385 million Paris venture fund, called Truffle Capital.

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