Starting a Business, What is Most Important?
My dear friend Ethan Fialkow and I had a wide-ranging long-lasting discussion about what is most important in starting a business. Our discussions focused on the errors committed every day by business owners, the errors in construction and commission making their businesses frail to any business shock.
We argued back and forth about what was most important. A hard look at different marketplaces and we came to the same conclusion. Before you even think of committing the errors of construction and commission, before you form your business, you must understand your market. If the market does not support your idea – why bother wasting money on a business name or forming an entity.
Please do look and share our L7 Thought List On Marketing for a Business and Thinking About Starting a Business – Think L7 Harder.
Articles by Ethan Fialkow and L. Burke Files
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