Preparing Corporate Professionals to Start Businesses
Despite popular perception, not all great entrepreneurial ideas emerge from college dorm rooms or Silicon Valley garages. Many businesses start with the weekend work of well-networked corporate professionals who are industry-savvy, says Taylor Smith, managing partner of New York-based The Spirus Group, a venture development firm. He spoke recently with Smart Answers columnist Karen E. Klein about how today's employees may become next year's entrepreneurs. Edited excerpts of their conversation follow.
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