Sarah Lacy on entrepreneurship in the developing world

Sarah LacyIn our latest podcast, we spoke with Sarah Lacy about entrepreneurship in the developing world, the upcoming Facebook movie, and recent Mashable / AOL acquisition rumors. Sarah is the editor-at-large at TechCrunch and author of Once You’re Lucky, Twice You’re Good.

Personally, I loved her story about the entrepreneur in land-locked Rwanda who started a business making toilet paper and now supplies the majority of the country’s product. It’s the common theme of starting a business – discovering a need and filling it.

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One comment on “Sarah Lacy on entrepreneurship in the developing world
  1. @GeoffWood says:

    Enjoyed this episode, guys! Great to get thoughts from Sarah on the evolution of the “Center of Innovation” formula – and great quote from her on the valuation of Mashable.

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