What you can learn from Silicon Valley culture

07/30/2013 | Entrepreneur online

Entrepreneurs everywhere can get better at running their businesses by studying the innovative atmosphere of Silicon Valley, writes Victor Hwang, CEO and co-founder of T2 Venture Capital. Silicon Valley residents tend to be trusting of other people, focused on creating fair deals and willing to help other people, he writes. "Become a mentor," he advises. "You may think you're getting nothing back, but you are getting something of incredible value: a great reputation."

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