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A resposta vai depender muito do seu ramo de negocio e a quantidade de investimento e, consequentemente, o que pode pagar. Seu servico eh so de back-end? Ou tem front-end tambem?Certamente, precisa de QA. Se puder pagar, bom ter um DevOps para cuidar dos deployments. Se nao, veja se alguem do ba...

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Hi, Great question to post. I've been in your situation a number of times so understand where you are coming from. Both from startup's i've had through to working on Go To Market strategies in large businesses. The first place i would look to is defining geographically where i wish to cover e.g ...

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Hi there, My name is Luke, I work for start up and I should be able to give a little more insight from the employee perspective as I am in a similar situation right now! I think what you will find in this particular situation is there is no one right answer. Only you will understand the relatio...

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In my more than a decade of experience I have worked on either side of the table. From being a consultant to hiring a consultant to running my own business consulting company. I believe you should think more about the things that you should ask the consultant than questions a consultant may ask t...

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Recently, I've hit a "tipping point" where I have enough content (blog posts, podcasts, interviews, etc...) that companies now regularly seek me out for advice. "To be known, you must teach" - Nathan Barry After I wrote "This is a web page" (http://justinjackson.ca/words.html) I was contacted b...

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Great question. Happy to have a conversation on this (I currently have a reduced launch rate) and explore your options but here are my top tips. 1) Tailor my advice to your business's niche and obviously look in that area, but for example great cofounders could probably be found as follows - cont...

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That's a great question. I hope I understood it properly. In terms of the comp landscape, tools like glassdoor.com are great for finding market value salaries for specific titles/locations. No need to hire someone there. For the rest, it seems like the expertise would be spread between an HR ex...

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People face problems – real problems they may or may not see ... problems you might help them fix. If you're not fully established yet, then you must pitch your services to people who haven't fully realized that they need you. Trouble is, people are naturally reluctant to pay for advice. And t...

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Hi! For starters I don't think clarity was meant really as a C2C (customer to customer) consulting platform. I'm pretty sure it was meant to be only for experts in a topic to provide expert advice to non experts. Now we have a ton of non experts providing their opinions. Some are great while som...

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Knowing your target market is a core part of your business plan and go to market strategy. Survey potential customers, find the pain points, offer them a solution which solves it and if they can't live without it you've got a winner. There may be some information online but this is a pretty imp...

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