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Two Initiatives in Canada Aim to Grow Fresh Crops of Entrepreneurs

Chris Arsenault at iNovia has had an interesting series of tweets recently — two noting Canadian programs for young entrepreneurs:

He’s also in the middle of an interesting (and necessarily pithy) debate with Craig Netterfeld at Wellington about entrepreneurship nature vs nurture. 

twitter_logo_headerI had a convoluted parenthetical here about how I wasn’t actually “following” them because I’m not on Twitter, but it seemed easier just to be on Twitter than to explain why I wasn’t.

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One response to “Two Initiatives in Canada Aim to Grow Fresh Crops of Entrepreneurs

  1. heri July 13, 2009 at 11:00 am

    Imho, this is exactly what we need in Canada. The Y Combinator / Startup School program has been very successful in creating small but focused startups, with lots of potential.

    Looking forward to see the startups included in those new programs

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