Weekend Good Reads

  • “Why France can clearly have at least 10 Criteo created in the next decade” by Denis Barrier. (via)

  • Renowned Doctor Nadia Volf and French chef Joël Robuchon cowrote Food & Life“a celebration of food as an integral part of happiness. Filled with imagery both beautiful and instructive, this volume features explanations of the nutritional virtues of fruits, vegetables, beans, grains, meats and fish—and their effects on our physical and mental well-being—plus delicious gourmet recipes balanced for all seasons and all stages of life.” This would make a great Christmas gift (available in French and in English).
  • “Lending Club : Renaud Laplanche, de la voile à Wall Street”. (via)
  • Currently re-reading Guy Kawasaki’s The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything (find it here). A good read for every would-be entrepreneur.
  • Be a leader and work your network! “What great founders do is seek the networks that will be essential to their problem and their task.” A good reminder by Reid Hoffman.
  • “Une bonne startup c’est…” by Jérémie Berrebi. Disclosure: Kima Ventures is an investor in La Belle Assiette. (via)

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