Worth Reading 9/21/12

Worth Reading is a new feature for the Dingman Center blog where we curate interesting articles from the past week highlighting current events in the local start-up community or interesting features that may be helpful to entrepreneurs.   If you find an article you find especially interesting and would like to share with the rest of the Dingman Center community, please email a link to marvin.yueh@rhsmith.umd.edu.

So here goes:

Ever wonder how you can make LinkedIn work for you as an entrepreneur?  Ted Prodromou shows you how in this except of his new book.

Were you at last year’s Cupid’s Cup?  If not then you probably also missed the kick-off of Startup Maryland, a grassroots initiative to create a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem in the state of Maryland.  Well, this week they kicked off their “Pitch Across Maryland” Tour, taking pitches in a customized bus.  Check out coverage from the Washington Post as well as South Maryland News (here and here)!

See you next week!

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2 thoughts on “Worth Reading 9/21/12

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