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Feb-2015

Tips for startup business plans

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While most people may find it difficult to come up with new business ideas, inventions, or startup ventures, there is really no excuse for a poor business plan.

During the early days of an entrepreneur’s startup journey, she must be able to do two things better than anything else: 1) give a succinct and convincing 30-second elevator pitch; and 2) develop a concise and realistic business plan.

While the elevator pitch can be used virtually anywhere, it is in fact the business plan that is the most important document that is necessary to attract investors, partners, and/or customers.

Read the full Hamilton Spectator piece by Nick Bontis featuring Innovation Factory here.

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