LINK: Personality Traits of Entrepreneurs: A Review of Recent Literature This study reviewed literature since 2000 on the traits of entrepreneurs shows common results reflective of the heterogeneous nature of entrepreneurship. https://twitter.com/johnywrites/status/1265785724550254592
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Over the last two years YC companies have raised 190 Series A’s and over $2B of capital. From this process, YC accumulated information about every one of those rounds while working with founders all the way to the close. They have previously published some of what they learned, like: Standard and Clean Series A Term … Continue reading Y-Combinator Series A Guide for entrepreneurs
One of my greatest interest in learning-science is to find connections and parallels between disciplines like academia, sports , entrepreneurship etc. I recently came across following two studies, one on reading and other on venture capital, both of which demonstrates effects of accumulated advantage and disadvantage in two different disciplines. Accumulated advantage and disadvantage in … Continue reading 2 Studies: Prior Knowledge in reading / Prior Success in venture capital.
https://twitter.com/kshtriya/status/1222242341291020288 This study "Accelerator expertise: Understanding the intermediary role of accelerators in the development of the Bangalore entrepreneurial ecosystem" looked at the intermediary role of accelerators in the developing regional entrepreneurial ecosystem of Bangalore.Researchers Suresh Bhagavatula, Ketan Goswami and J. Robert Mitchell analyzed data from 54 interviews with accelerator graduates, accelerator managers, and other ecosystem … Continue reading Research: Accelerator expertise and Entrepreneurship