On tech startups and the Economist – Daniel Isenberg
Isenberg’s considered and well-reasoned critique argues that the Economist overstates any distinction between “tech startups” and other forms – “Today, every business venture, entrepreneurial or otherwise, requires technology to be competitive, whether it is diamond trading, transportation, construction, or energy.”
He also argues that there is a distinction between entrepreneurship and startups.
A valuable read if you enjoyed the original report or if you have an interest in technology, startups or entrepreneurship.
Business Plans, Business Strategy, Organisational Humanity, Technology