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Starting Is Easier, But Startups Are Harder According to Mitch Kapor

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2014-05-29

The Mentor Minute gives you exclusive startup video clips from the Founder Institute's worldwide network of 4,400+ mentors. For more Mentor Minutes, visit our Startup Founder 101 YouTube Channel

In this week's Investor-edition of the Minute, personal computing pioneer , Partner at Kapor Capital and Founder of Lotus Development Corporation, speaks with Founder Showcase on-camera host Helen Park about how launching a technology startup has changed over the years and describes the new challenges entrepreneurs must overcome.

To hear more from experts like Mitch, check out any of the free Founder Institute startup events taking place worldwide. And if you could benefit from expert training and feedback to launch a company, apply to the Founder Institute today.

According to Mitch;

It's a lot easier to get started--it's much less expensive, the knowledge of how to startups is more widely out there. What makes it harder is that there is so much more competition."

               

(Girl thinking about a solution to problem via Shutterstock)

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