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20 best startups of 2011 Founders: Jonathan Marcus, David Marcus, and Jack Zerby Funding: $3 Million+ in funding led by Alex Zubillaga of the Rhone Group. Additional angel investors include Dave Morin of Path, David Tisch of TechStars, Vimeo founder Jake Lodwick, Joey Levin of Mindspark, and John Foley of Barnes & Noble. What it is: An incredibly easy to use e-commerce site. 20 best startups of 2011
Jonathan Marcus, David Marcus, and Jack Zerby $3 Million+ in funding led by Alex Zubillaga of the Rhone Group. Additional angel investors include Dave Morin of Path, David Tisch of TechStars, Vimeo founder Jake Lodwick, Joey Levin of Mindspark, and John Foley of Barnes & Noble. An incredibly easy to use e-commerce site. Goodsie makes setting up stores very similar to setting up Wordpress blogs. 20 best startups of 2011#oink-is-a-new-app-from-digg-founder-kevin-rose-that-already-has-100000-users-6 20 best startups of 2011#oink-is-a-new-app-from-digg-founder-kevin-rose-that-already-has-100000-users-6
2011 Trends: This Way Up | Slideshow 2011 Trends: This Way Up | Slideshow In his inauguration speech, President Obama paid homage to entrepreneurs. The path to greatness, he rhapsodized, has been paved by "the risk-takers, the doers, the makers of things--some celebrated but more often men and women obscure in their labor, who have carried us up the long, rugged path towards prosperity and freedom." Almost three years later, it's clear he was spot on. Entrepreneurship has been one of the precious few bright spots in a terribly gloomy economy, and this new generation of entrepreneurs, both intentional and accidental, has taken it upon themselves to keep things chugging along. At the same time, starting a business gained serious cool cred.
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