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Your Playbook to Starting Up On the Cheap: 10 Steps to Launch for Less Than $1,500 (Infographic)

Senior Entrepreneurship Writer at CNBC
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Money is often a perceived barrier to launching a startup. It doesn't have to be.

The Founder Institute, an early-stage startup accelerator in Mountain View, Calif., put together the infographic below detailing 10 steps for launching a business for under $1,500. The Founder Institute advocates getting your product out on the market as soon as possible so that you can get feedback from your customers and test your assumptions before losing time or money.

If you are strapped for cash, but pumped full of dreams and ideas, take a look at these steps for starting your own business, from getting a domain name to developing a pitch deck to jumping off the deep end and launching your business.

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Your Playbook to Starting Up On the Cheap: 10 Steps to Launch for Under $1500 (Infographic)

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