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Keys to successful startups

At a Churchill Club event on August 17, a group of experienced entrepreneurs discussed the current climate for startups. Unlike the pre-bubble days, startups are far leaner and meaner, requiring less capital to get on the radar.
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At a Churchill Club event on August 17, a group of experienced entrepreneurs discussed the current climate for startups. Unlike the pre-bubble days, startups are far leaner and meaner, requiring less capital to get on the radar. The panel provides insights into what makes a successful startup, from garnering funding (or not) to building a team.

The speakers included:

Lauren Elliott, Founder, Third Rock Mining Reid Hoffman, Co-Founder and CEO, LinkedIn Joe Kraus, Co-Founder and CEO, JotSpot Daniel Mattes, Co-Founder and CTO, Jajah Alex Welch, Co-Founder and CEO, Photobucket

The moderator was Guy Kawasaki is a managing director of Garage Technology Ventures and author of The Art of the Start. You can download the hour and twenty minute podcast or listen via the embedded player.

See also:

TechCrunch's Mike Arrington's winnners and losers

Google's formula for product development

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