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Entrepreneurship: Dedicated business leaders help new ventures prosper

December 8, 2015 / Posted by News in News

Across the crowded room a Romanian software engineer is agitatedly pointing out a venture capitalist to his business partner; nearby, struggling to be heard above the babble, two Czechs sip wine with a British entrepreneur and compare notes on marketing start-ups; to the side, everyone seems to want to meet a young German.

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