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Startups Should Think Globally

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_hm
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Re: How do you define startups
_hm   6/19/2014 6:59:12 PM
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Yes, this also depends on product itself. If it is niche numero uno product and customers are thirsty for this unique product, yes aspire global. If it is jsut n+1 product, do not aspire global.

 

Michel Courtoy
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Re: How do you define startups
Michel Courtoy   6/19/2014 1:07:48 PM
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Good point: startups have limited resources so it is important to apply critical analysis when deciding where to allocate them.  The key is to be open-minded about all opportunities worldwide: the initial investment is higher in a remote location but the ROI might be better.  These are the tough decisions startup execs have to make.

 

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How do you define startups
_hm   6/18/2014 6:52:42 PM
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Yes, it is nice to aspire global. But does startups has wherewithal to do this? It depends how you define startups.

 

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