Thursday, December 19, 2002

Slow Company

This Fast Company article doesn't correlate to my own experience at all. Sure, people want to start companies. Of course there are a lot of talented people that can be recruited for cheap. But the bottom line is that there is 1) no venture to be found and 2) few clients/customers to be found to even sell your services to. Big, established companies can't get people to buy their services and products. How are Joe and Jane Schmo going to get them to?

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