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10 buzzwords that will completely destroy your credibility

1. “Uber for…” I have not met someone who takes Uber for _____ businesses seriously. The problem with 95% of these startups are that they are underdeveloped ideas, typically the business model does not translate, and there is massive over-saturation. While the allusion can be helpful, make sure the shortened pitch is worth the possible The post 10 buzzwords that will completely destroy your credibility appeared first on AlphaGamma.
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