Entrepreneurs Why entrepreneurs should spend time in Silicon Valley Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Apr. 04, 2012 6:28AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Apr. 04, 2012 8:44AM EDT It's incredibly helpful to spend time there but you don't need to be there to be successful, says Dan Debow, co-founder of Rypple Time in the Valley can be incredibly helpful, but it's not essential Watch More Video: Video: How to get a government grant for your business Video: How to get a business loan How to ask friends and family to fund your company The one critical skill most startup founders don't have Video: A doughy old friend gets a hot makeover The Globe takes Small Business Summit to Calgary Board game inspires top real estate investor Is Canada's venture capital system beyond repair? Three things venture capitalists want in a startup Venture capital chief reveals secret to securing financing OMERS Ventures 'not interested in the exit' High-tech office keeps workers plugged in, happy Why more small businesses should consider the cloud Do women bring a distinct vantage point to business? Glow in the dark night at SPiN How has Canada's venture capital market changed? How Method holds onto the magic Method co-founder on his battle with dirty Kit lets you build your own skateboard The future of DJing, right here Comments AA More Related to this Story Entrepreneurs Video: How to hire the right salesperson Entrepreneurs Video: What funding challenges do startups face in Canada?