August 23rd, 2014

I have an idea which I would like to start a new venture on. This has been a side project for a while.  By some research, I found a couple of early... More

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April 15th, 2016

We are a new entry into a very niche market... we also have a vastly superior product offering to that of our competitors. Our features blow them... More

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July 7th, 2016

We are building a SAAS solution for a problem that already has a lot of players.  The market is huge and there is a lot of potential. I have a better... More

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Pardeep Sumria Lovely Group

December 6th, 2017

Lets say you have unlimited capital and the principal objective is to get enough FB users onto your platform over a 2-3 year time frame that more... More

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Greg Lipinski Patent Examiner at USPTO

August 1st, 2016

As a startup, I know that lawsuits are probably a waste of time, but we're considering it because some budding competitors in our space are breaking... More

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Adam Friedman President, Civera Software

February 7th, 2015

My venture is at a very early stage. We have paying customers but very little capacity to sell a lot and deploy in parallel for multiple customers.... More

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Charlie Cook Civil Engineer at CERN

February 2nd, 2016

This is my situation: I want to solve problem X in London but start-up Y in the same city has started solving problem X a year ago. In San Francisco,... More

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Joshua Bareket Entrepreneur

May 5th, 2016

My competitor currently has a foothold in the part of town I am planning to expand to next. Does it make sense to go into the same area and try to... More

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Candice Hughes, PhD, MBA

October 25th, 2013

I am doing a pitch at a competition. One of the common elements in a pitch has been to address what your company needs or how can the audience help.... More

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Alejandro Cremades Author of The Art of Startup Fundraising & Serial Entrepreneur

Last updated on August 16th, 2017

Corporations experience significant challenges when trying to keep up with innovation (see studies from MIT and HBR here and here). Corporations are... More

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