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Editor's Note

Friday March 1st, 2013

By Oliver Milman
Friday, 01 March 2013

A growing number of entrepreneurs are launching start-ups with the sole purpose of selling them, particularly in the tech space where a business can be built in a matter of days and sold off just as quickly.

If you are intent on selling, you need to ensure you’re fully prepared. Otherwise, you’ll walk into the arena with unrealistic expectations.

Today, Greg Hayes outlines the steps you should take as you get ready to sell.

Elsewhere, Jason Rose addresses the oft-loathed topic of risk management, and Adam Ferrier explains how you can successfully pitch for capital when you hate public speaking.

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