We recently sat down with Eric Kuhn, the CEO of FounderCard, a benefits and networking program aimed at entrepreneurs.
Kuhn, who earned his own entrepreneurial chops when he started the first online textbook company in 1997, talked to us about why 2008 was actually a good time to launch a startup geared towards entrepreneurs, what he did differently the second time around, and whether or not we are actually in a tech bubble.
Produced By Kamelia Angelova And Robert Libetti
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