How Bravo's new reality show misrepresents the startup community

12/5/2012 | Time.com

Bravo's new reality-TV show "Start-Ups: Silicon Valley" misrepresents what it's really like to build a company by focusing on drama and partying instead of the actual work required, writes Scott Gerber, founder of the Young Entrepreneur Council. "Entrepreneurship and business creation can help get our nation out of its dire economic straits, but would-be entrepreneurs must know what they're getting themselves into: an exciting, viable career path that can be highly rewarding but that is rarely, if ever, easy," he writes.

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