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Friday 27 January

By Oliver Milman
Friday, 27 January 2012

Oliver MilmanToday on StartupSmart, we look at why new business owners should take the proverbial cold shower before making any predictions of their business’ prospects.

 


As business advisory guru Marc Peskett explains, plenty of start-ups believe that their ideas will be immediately rewarded by hockey stick-like growth.

Sadly, this is rarely the case. Make sure you read Peskett’s top three steps to ensuring that your growth is more realistically planned out.

Elsewhere, mentor Graeme McCormack gives his thoughts on franchisor/franchisee conflict and web entrepreneur Jason Rose outlines the importance of being yourself during sales pitches.


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