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How to Make Money on Your Brilliant Business Idea

So you have a brilliant business idea that will be very successful. My congratulations to you. Now read all ideas are brilliant and nobody is going to pay you for your ideas. Are you still sure? All right then, let’s continue.  And – this is important – do not even think about getting investors yet. Do a... The post How to Make Money on Your Brilliant Business Idea appeared first on Planning, Startups, Stories.
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