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Why Startup Companies Should Avoid Hiring Consultants?

By Martin at December 13, 2012 | 11:03 am | 0 Comment

Why Startup Companies Should Avoid Hiring Consultants?

Let’s face it, consultants have a bad image. Businesses want experienced people who get their hands dirty, rather than experts who give presentations, make recommendations, and disappear. Even consultants don’t like their job, since they don’t often get to see results, and too much of their time is spent looking for the next gig. The Internet has changed the more...

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What type of features you should include in your startups?

By Martin at July 7, 2011 | 12:00 pm | 0 Comment

What type of features you should include in your startups?

Scope creep” (or feature creep) is an insidious disease that kills more good startups than any other, especially high-tech ones, and yet most founders (who may be the cause) never even see it happening. This term refers to the penchant to add just one more feature to the product or service before first delivery, just because you can. The instigators are all more...

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Understand Angel Investor’s Investing Tricks

By Martin at April 15, 2011 | 2:57 pm | 0 Comment

Understand Angel Investor’s Investing Tricks

We are talking about angel investors here, meaning people who invest their own money in early-stage startups for a share of the equity. These people are highly focused on investment areas they know, which have a large opportunity for growth, revenue projection of $20M or more in five years, and a high return that can be realized via an exit within five more...

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BigStartups.com is an online community of startup companies

By ajay at October 9, 2009 | 8:20 pm | 0 Comment

What Company Is Offering: BigStartups.com is an online community of startup companies who want to share their experiences, promote their ideas, develop partnerships and get feedback from others in the startup community. Let's face it, starting your own business is a difficult task. Often times smaller startups get overlooked and have a hard time finding success. more...

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