Start Small, Stay Small: A Developer's Guide to Launching a Startup by The Numa Group, LLC
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Begin Small, Stay Small is a detailed overview to releasing a self-funded start-up. If you're a desktop, mobile or internet designer, this publication is your plan to obtaining your start-up off the ground with no outside financial investment. This publication purposefully prevents subjects limited to venture-backed startups such as: refining your financial investment pitch, safeguarding funding, as well as finding out how you can make use of the stacks of money capitalists keep positioning in your lap. This publication thinks: * You do not have $6M of financier funds being in your checking account * You're not mosting likely to transfer to the handful of start-up hubs on the planet * You're not mosting likely to function 70 hr weeks for low pay with the hope of sooner or later making millions from stock alternatives There's nothing incorrect with pursuing endeavor funding as well as trying to expand fast like Amazon, Google, Twitter, as well as Facebook. It so occurred that a lot of individuals are not in a location to do this. Begin Small, Stay Small additionally focuses on the solitary most important aspect of a startup that a lot of programmers prevent: marketing. There are several great sources for learning how you can create code, organize resource control, or attach to a data source. This publication does not cover the technical aspects programmers already know or could find out somewhere else. It focuses on discovering your suggestion, testing it before you construct, as well as obtaining it right into the hands of your customers.