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What a great idea! Of course, right now at the moment there is probably less demand, the beauty of your service, i am guessing, is that it can be outdoors and somewhat weather resistant. I would encourage you to reach out to event managers and planners with the idea - i feel as though there is so...

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Walmart calls it "Pay from Scan." Also "Guaranteed Sales." Sam's Club calls it a "Road Show."

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Something you need to take into consideration (and most people forget) is to understand if the CEO is looking into the right numbers. That's how investors also vet entrepreneurs. Are they looking to achieve the right goals? For example, a successful e-commerce site always look to get as close...

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You can use a Factoring company (someone who purchases invoices). And likely they'll require some sort of seasoning of recurring payments before purchasing. You can go for Angel capitol + will have to give up a big chunk of income. If possible, write your own bridge loans by writing balance tr...

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All data ownership comes down to the terms of service for the providers involved or the agreement negotiated. It really all depends but those are the 2 places to look.

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There are a number of Teespring alternatives, including sites that allow for community voting, here: http://nstr.co/1S0v3X5 Also, one of the last links has a case study on how one company sold $1200 on Facebook alone using Teespring. There are platforms that allow you to dropship your shirts le...

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Recommendation: Ask your customers. Focus. #deliver - mike vizdos www.michaelvizdos.com

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> sales (converting visitors into buyers) > marketing (getting noticed, bringing interested people to the point of having a buying conversation with you; includes everything from email campaigns to events) > display design (merchandising, eg. water bottles) > training/coaching (how you run a clas...

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If I was you I would talk to those companies that have had great approach with retailers and learn from them. Some of this companies (not limit to this list) are: Reserve, Foursquare, Yelp, Density, Estimote Learn from them, maybe even partner with them

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If you already have something developed that does what you say, then you could walk door to door at retailers around you and introduce yourself to the manager and give them a trial version and show them how to use it. Then go back to visit a couple weeks later to ask how they like it. While you...

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