Venture capitalists deliver task list for Chicago
from Chicago Tribune
At first, Chicago had an image problem. Then, its startup community tackled the basics. But to really reach its potential, many of the city’s private venture capitalists say, Chicago’s entrepreneurs need more software engineers, bigger financial guns, continued collaboration between founders and funders and follow-up from civic leaders. The city has done well to build fundamentals such as coworking spaces, networking and mentorship to guide young startups as they get off the ground.
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