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Hello: That first toehold in the market can be the toughest to get. Especially when you’re working two sides of the street. Validating your idea is essential, but that means you’re in a listening phase more than a selling phase. Don’t simply write a blind email or two and wait for a response. You...

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You might be able to share this and teach courses on Udemy! This is what I do and it works really well! A year ago I was at the brink of losing my startup and now I have transitioned to teaching 18 courses on Udemy full time. You are welcome to chat with me for a few minutes to see where your bi...

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You always want to mitigate risk, for you and for investors, or partners. One of the easiest ways is creating fake landing pages of your product idea. You then run ads, fb or Google, and see if people 'convert'. Convert can be giving their email, clicking a button like buy now, faking all the way...

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Almost every angel investor is going to want to meet you in-person to make a decision, so it depends on the amount of capital and time you are willing to spend in meeting investors outside of NYC. I would personally go to any length to meet an investor who has expressed interest in meeting wit...

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First, congratulations on your recent funding/recruitment successes! This is an excellent question, and a transaction I have been directly or indirectly involved with numerous times before. Each circumstance can be unique, the two most important considerations to look at as a starting point wou...

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With 17+ years in PR, and my work as chair/co-chair with the MIT Enterprise Forum in Chicago, let me add to what has already been said. You have two industries (aka targets) to approach - technology & advertising. Try to include a demo video in your media pitch/kit. Create and tell a story t...

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