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from 446 days ago

Whether you’re fresh out of college or have been in the workforce for a few years, it’s never too late to begin your own business. However, startups are notoriously difficult to get off the ground. With an overwhelmingly large percentage of new startups failing in the first year, the real challenge is in finding that initial traction.

The good news is that once you find that initial traction, the whole process tends to gain momentum from there. Here’s how to help your startup be in that critical point to gain momentum and use it to jumpstart growth.

Start with Your Product

Forget about business plans and budgets for a moment. Without an awesome product, you’re not going to get your startup anywhere. Focus on building the best product you can before deciding to establish your company. This is one part of the process you absolutely shouldn ...


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