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Ever thought about the DNA of your startup, and how it evolves? I gather it’s not Adenine and Guanine we’re talking about here, and not a double helix either, but I’m excited to hear about the recent launch of the Startup Genome Project to map startup evolution. Thanks Gordon Guthrie of Hypernumbers for forwarding this along!

The team behind the Startup Genome Project is kicking off their research, and here’s your chance to take part. You’ll find the initial survey here if you have “4-6 minutes” to chime in, hopefully with willingness to participate in future stages too. The Startup Genome Project was also covered in Fast Company – awesome! I can’t help but wonder their view on previous efforts from YouNoodle and TriStart, but I’m loving the name and very curious to see where this goes. Details from their email invitation below:

Calling all founders and entrepreneurs — (more…)

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