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Country
France
Hometown
paris
Company name
YouVox Media Group
Blog / website
www.youvox.com
Occupation (tick all that apply)
Entrepreneur, Funder

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At 6:36pm on March 10, 2009, Taige Zhang said…
Hi Christian,

I was wondering if you can help point me to some good web tech startup blogs in Paris. I'm doing research for my MBA project.

My purpose is to compare the differences in tech startup environments across Europe. I have conducted some quantitative research but was wondering if you can provide some subjective insight on the startup scene in your region.

I only have two questions and you can write as much or as little as you like. Your responses may be kept anonymous and confidential if you wish.

Question 1:

How entrepreneurial do you consider yourself? Your peers? Your area in general? How do you think it compares to US, rest of EU, UK?


Question 2:

Do you feel you have enough local resources to start your business? What are they? E.g. News sites, blogs, groups, VCs. How adequate are they? How easy is it for a startup?

Link to form

http://intelligentshare.com/2009/03/qualitative-survey-on-startups-in.html

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