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5 Questions to Ask Before Developing a Mobile App

Mobile is the new digital benchmark and trendsetter for brands across the board. Businesses of all sizes are considering incorporating a mobile app into their strategy. Himanshu Sareen, CEO of Icreon Tech, a global IT consultancy, notes that before diving … Continue reading

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How to Create a Winning Business Idea – Part 2 of 2

In the previous blog, we summarized ways to create a winning business idea. In this blog, we will overview several ways that author and entrepreneur Alan Hall explains can help you take your idea further through the process of successful … Continue reading

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How to Position Your Startup as a Good Investment

Raising money for a new business is always a challenge. Most people don’t invest enough time or energy to prepare themselves to secure financing, which is why so many owners default to bootstrapping their operations. If you are looking to … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Help Your Business Get Acquired

Many major players in the technology industry have an acquisition mindset—some companies feature entire divisions focused on identifying and procuring the next hot startup. Entrepreneurs launching new ventures who are looking for acquisition as an exit strategy need to understand … Continue reading

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6 Signs It’s Time to Take Your Start-up in a New Direction

Few startups start with ideas that turn into major successes right from the beginning. For most startups, at some point your company will need to change its course of action and correct its original idea, pitch, product or execution. There … Continue reading

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How to Deal with Recruiting Mistakes

One of the most difficult aspects of leading a business is having to deal with firing people. The hiring/firing process is much more challenging for a start-up that lacks resources (such as a formal HR department). For startups, it is … Continue reading

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How to Save on Startup Legal Fees

One of the toughest parts about starting is a business can be the cost of legal hurdles. It is a necessary part of the startup process, but it can be a setback if you are not smart and cautious. While … Continue reading

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Why Do Some Startups Fail?

It’s a common phrase that failure is part of life—especially when it comes to new businesses. According to serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist David Skok from Matrix Partners, there are many reasons why startups fail. Knowing a bit more about … Continue reading

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How to Build Credibility as a Young (or New) Entrepreneur

One of the biggest challenges for a new business is to build credibility. Most people feel the pressure of having to deal with businesses and entrepreneurs who may be much older and accomplished. What we don’t realize is, being young … Continue reading

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Turning Your Passion and Idea Into a Business

Inc. Live: Nick Woodman pt1.   Nick Woodman, founder of GoPro, talks about how he turned his passion into a successful business and gained a huge percentage of his target market.

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