With the proliferation of emerging companies in Chicago, comes an array of programs teaching founders how to start a business. But, not everyone wants to launch a startup. Some prefer to simply work for one. Employment recruiters say that, as startups begin to mature, they look to hire more than engineers and coders. But, finding people with the necessary business skills, who also possess the unique personality traits that fit well within the startup culture, is a challenge. Startup Institute, launching in Chicago this month, says it’s solving that problem… (more at http://blacklinereview.com)
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