Two models of success for European startups | Tech Cocktail

In the 18th century, the French philosophers invented l’esprit critique. Centuries later, it seems we French people value criticism over a lot of things – such as enthusiasm, for instance.


theclairbyrd‘s insight:

Editor’s Note: While not directly inline with this blog’s editorial scope, this guest article on from our CEO, Guillaume, is an interesting piece of thought leadership to keep in mind when you are considering starting your own business. There is no “perfect place” or “holy grail” of locations to start your company — regardless of how pratical or crazy your idea may be. 

At the end of the day — focus on what you want to create and what market that creation fits the best into. That’s the place you should be. 

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Guillaume Decugis
Co-Founder & CEO @Scoopit. Entrepreneur (Musiwave, Goojet). Engineer-turned-marketer. Skier. Rock singer.
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