Excerpt of story provided by Crain's Cleveland Business
Written by Scott Suttell
IdeaCrossing, a site started by JumpStart Inc. to link entrepreneurs and investors, rates a mention in this week's Wall Street Journal story about how small business owners can use cyberspace to find mentors.
“Many entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs could use some help and reassurance when it comes to starting and expanding their businesses, or just in fleshing out ideas,” The Journal notes. “But finding the right person with the right expertise — and a willingness to volunteer his or her time — isn't easy...”
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