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  • Marketing: Modern Marketing Strategy – Where And When To Find Your Customers

    Alexis Tryon of Artsicle discusses Marketing Strategy – Where And When To Find Your Customers.

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  • The Lean Approach: Customer Acquisition and Archetypes – Customer Archetype Assumptions

    Tom Ellingson of Fandeavor discusses “The Lean Approach: Customer Acquisition and Archetypes – Customer Archetype Assumptions.”

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  • Customer Acquisition and Archetypes

    Now the question is, how do you acquire customers? Customer acquisition is the first part of the cycle of selling customers — getting customers. Archetypes can help you figure out where to find them.

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  • Startups – Pivot or Proceed: How to Decide: Listen to Your Research

    Christine Wheeler of Drazil Foods talks about “Startups – Pivot or Proceed: How to Decide: Listen to Your Research.”

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  • The Lean Approach: Minimum Viable Product – Creating Commercial Before Product

    Zach Kaplan of Inventables discusses “The Lean Approach: Minimum Viable Product – Creating Commercial Before Product.”

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  • Startups – Startups Versus Big Companies: Rapid Prototyping

    Neil Grimmer of Plum Organics explains “Startups – Startups Versus Big Companies: Rapid Prototyping.”

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  • The Lean Approach: Minimum Viable Product – “Features Should Be Natural Extensions of Product”

    Ryan Freitas of About.me discusses “The Lean Approach: Minimum Viable Product – “Features Should Be Natural Extensions Of Product.”

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  • The Lean Approach: Minimum Viable Product – “We Scrapped The First Beta Six Months Into It”

    Ryan Freitas of About.me discusses “The Lean Approach: Minimum Viable Product – “We Scrapped The First Beta Six Months Into It.”

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  • The Lean Approach: Minimum Viable Product – “First Website: There Were Comic Sans Involved”

    Kauffman Founders School series feature Powerful Presentations: Here Alexis Tryon, Artsicle Co-Founder On “First Website & Comic Sans.”
     

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