Start-up advice from STIRR’s Founder Hacks mixer

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There’s no one right or wrong way to launch a start-up. But there are smart moves an entrepreneur can make – and mistakes to avoid – that can boost the odds of success. STIRR, the valley entrepreneur network, reinvented its monthly mixer this month to showcase something called Founder Hacks, where several local entrepreneurs shared stories from their start-up expriences. The Mercury News talked with STIRR founder Sanford Barr, and spotlighted some of the stories from Riya founder Munjal Shah and Loomia founder David Marks.

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