Education

“Follow Your Passion” Is Terrible Business Advice

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"Follow your passion" may be great advice for artists or lovers but it's horrible advice for entrepreneurs. CT Next Entrepreneur-in-Residence and CEO Bootcamp advisor John Seiffer offers some pragmatic guidance for how great ideas become successful ventures.

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Coworking in the Hartford Area Offers Variety and Community

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Tired of working from your couch or kitchen table? Need a professional space for a business meeting? Want to kick around cool ideas with other smart people? These are just a few of the reasons coworking got started, and why the trend is growing all across Connecticut. Coworking helps indie businesses, freelancers and startups recapture the big perks of working in an office ...

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Cultivating Technical Talent in Connecticut

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To kick off the Startup Roadshow, we spent the month of April in Stamford, and one theme that arose in discussions with companies bears further discussion: the need for quality technical talent. On the bus trip down to Stamford Tech Meetup, John Bubello, a fellow entrepreneur at The Grove, mentioned a conversation he overheard at NY Tech Day last week ...

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Job Posting: Online Instructors for Programming and Web, Mobile and Game Development

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As part of our mission of advancing entrepreneurship in Connecticut, The Whiteboard frequently publishes job postings from around the statewide startup community. If you’re an entrepreneur, startup, or early-stage company looking for talent of any kind, please contact us at info[at]indie-soft[dot]com. The following job listing was submitted by LearnToProgram. Teach students around the world from home as a part-time instructor for LearnToProgram ...

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