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Don't just promote your product. Find, shape and market your core values to stand out from the crowd.
Creating an innovative new business is guaranteed to test your skills, patience and determination, and you need to derive satisfaction from the journey, as well as the destination.
A great marketing plan is simple and thoughtful. It starts by recognizing that one launch, one day, one event may not be enough to lead to a critical mass of adoption.
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A lack of focus on leadership results in a huge loss in productivity and morale and potentially the death of a promising startup.
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A great MVP isn't only simple, it is also sufficient. It embodies the solution to the problem, or an elegant approximation to a solution that is good enough.
If an entrepreneur can't build a culture of excitement and commitment at a startup, the chances of long-term success are negligible.
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