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Martin Zwilling - Page 11
Investors are people, and people are attracted to those that exude confidence and competence.
Here are eight ways to get a head start on your future competition while working your way to a degree.
If you're seeking money for your startup, you should be prepared to address potential issues that may face your business.
The generation born between 1945 and 1964 could give a startup some needed expertise and credibility. Here are five roles they can easily fit into.
If you feel more comfortable keeping your day job while pursuing your business dream, follow these tips.
Ask investors for more than you think you need, because you're probably optimistic, and spend slower than you planned, because you're a realist.
How does any entrepreneur know what ventures to pursue, and which ones are best left behind?
Unless your product is truly disruptive or you have bags of cash, don't bother bringing it to market. Instead, solve a real-world problem.
When you're making your pitch, you should showcase your expert knowledge of the market and your rivals from a position of strength.
Starting a business requires a mentality that enjoys a mix of activities that include leadership, decision-making and problem solving.
It's your responsibility to translate your message into values and priorities that the intended receiver can readily relate to.
Before you ask anyone for money, do research into your market segment with these six free to inexpensive resources.