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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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Business Plan Mistakes (avoid certain pitfalls that may occur)

Writing a business plan is no easy task. It forces you to analyze your business from the inside out and to really think about the need in the industry, what makes this business unique in the market, and most importantly, … Continue reading

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Making Your Business Plan Stand Out (by finding a niche)

When it comes to starting a new business, an entrepreneur is probably most excited about the idea or the new market potential of a service/product — and less excited about actually writing a great business plan. But if you’re able … Continue reading

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Types of Business Plans (identify which works best for you!)

A business plan is not a one-size-fits-all document. Gone are the days of filling in a template by industry or writing a 50-page manuscript. Your business plan should reflect your business at its core: what makes it special/unique and should … Continue reading

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Business Plan Basics: Why you need one & how to get started

To most start-up owners and entrepreneurs, the words ‘business plan’ can leave you feeling anxious – whether you’re a technical or a creative-based business. Not only is the process of writing a business plan time-consuming, it also forces start-ups to … Continue reading

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