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Traditionally, startup businesses draft a business plan for three specific reasons: to articulate their vision for the business, to document how they plan to solve key challenges, and to pitch their business
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There's a better way to make your business stand out. It seems like every month or so a new major player in the tech world is announcing how it intends to get involved in the home services space. Late
You've had the idea for a while. Now is the time to act. This startup guide will get you up and running fast. It's 2018, and you are really doing it. You have long imagined your product on the endcap Walmart
It might be your business plan, or your space in the market. Or, it could be you. This article is included in Entrepreneur Voices on Elevator Pitches, a new book containing insights from both sides of
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