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Entrepreneurs – Made or Born?

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Good research from Vivek Wadhwa (an entrepreneur turned academic).
Most though were still Capital Underdogs when they began!

“We found that 52% of the successful entrepreneurs were the first in their immediate families to start a business — just like Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Larry Page, Sergei Brin, and Russell Simmons (Def Jam founder). Their parents were academics, lawyers, factory workers, priests, bureaucrats, etc. About 39% had an entrepreneurial father, and 7% had an entrepreneurial mother. (Some had both.)”

Read the full article here!

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