How to Find Your First Customer
Not sure where those elusive customers are lurking? Here are 15 smart places to look.
You may have business cards and a storeroom full of products, but you're not really in business until you have customers.
Your first buyers may not be your ideal customers or your biggest accounts, but they do validate that your fledgling company is real. Fortunately, new entrepreneurs have dozens of ways to capture that first sale. In fact, many have customers before they open their companies' doors.
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