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Great question! Here are the basics: The Lean Startup by Eric Reis http://www.amazon.com/The-Lean-Startup-Entrepreneurs-Continuous/dp/0307887898 Running Lean by Ash Maurya http://www.amazon.com/Running-Lean-Iterate-Works-Series/dp/1449305172/ref=pd_sim_b_4?ie=UTF8&refRID=03VER05GWM6QV80D49ZH *e...

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You are right about starting from LinkedIn. But who would you target?? Its not easy to see each and every profile in LinkedIn and there you are likely to miss the trick. You need a specialist who can mine all relevant people from LinkedIn based on location, industry, etc and share their profile f...

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This is a difficult question to answer without a lot more info, but I'll share some high-level strategy. 1) Develop your ICP (Ideal Customer Profile) in your new markets. Until you do this, you're just "doing stuff" without clear direction. 2) Identify the likely decision-makers in your market....

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Hello, 1.First of all, you must define your business/marketing objective for this game app. Is this app designed for you to make money or reach users? You must be clear on what you intend your Game app to achieve for you. From what I see you post here, it seemed to me that your main objective is...

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Hello! This is a good question because it embodies several areas of consideration. I have experience in UXUI not as a designer but as startup founder and QA Consultant for many brands and startups. Not to mention working directly with UXUI designers for the past 10 years or so. If you are get...

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You have to be careful on selecting your co-founder. I know it's an already cliché to mention it, but selecting one is like selecting a spouse to marry. You need to know the person first, and even some investors and accelerators dismiss automatically startups because the founders didn't meet be...

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The best way to approach this problem is by identifying primary pain points that users share and focus on those feature-wise, a common denominator of some sorts. These pain points need to be very high/strong though to be valuable for multiple target audiences. If you're facing two target markets...

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There are a number of different questions here, so I'll try to answer what I think you're really asking. My background is in electronic product development in a corporate B2B environment, so the question of 'Should I go to China' almost invariably comes up in conversation. My first question wo...

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1- Find in-flight customer experience managers, cabin supervisors, flight attendant, take them out for lunch/coffee. 2-Talk about your project and ask if they want to be involved on a success fee basis, or consulting fee 4-find the manufacturer and interview them 3-book your next flight in front...

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Does it need to be in metal for a prototype? If not, do a 3d printed model and, if needed, wrap it in metal sheet/foil. There is no cheap way to do a production quality prototype.

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