BetFair co-founder Ed Wray laments the suppression of UKs tax incentive for startup entrepreneurs.

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BetFair chairman Ed Wray: &#8220-Too many hurdles in the way of enterprise&#8221-.

Wray refers to a tax incentive that he and Black used to launch Betfair after they were forced to go to friends and family for funds, having failed to raise capital from institutional investors.

&#8220-That was very useful in terms of getting the business off the ground. Everything I see now is about cutting back on those opportunities.&#8221-

Are serial entrepreneurs the best to start up brand-new prediction exchanges or prediction software companies?

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Don&#8217-t we put too much into the &#8220-serial entrepreneur&#8221- myth?

#1. The founder of RedFin believes that serial entrepreneurs are likely to do worse, not better, than start-up newbies. Guy Kawasaki agrees.

#2. Google&#8217-s Melissa Mayer was on CNBC to talk about the You&#8217-Re The VC website.