The week in entrepreneurship
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- Work in progress (Matthew Taylor, chief executive, The RSA)
Ahead of his Review of Modern Employment, Matthew explores how and why employment policy has evolved in the post-war period, and where it might go next.
- Britain is suffering because politicians don’t get tech (Anthony Hilton, Evening Standard)
- The UK needs tech talent and it doesn’t matter where it comes from (for now) (Gerard Grech, chief executive, Tech City UK)
- New Home Office rules will stop the growth of small business (Rohan Silva, founder, Second Home)
- Entrepreneurs are crazy, but they change the world (Luke Lang, co-founder, CrowdCube)
Luke responds to a letter in the Guardian from a startup employee criticising the often “pointless, rudderless” culture.