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Startup conundrum: Should you build a minimum viable product?

Startup conundrum: Should you build a minimum viable product?

An entrepreneur wonders if he should wait for his MVP (Minimum Viable Product) to be built or should he just get out there and validate his idea? And if the latter, what the heck is he going to put in front of potential customers? Let’s analyze the situation.

Raleigh Founded, UNC Entrepreneurship Center unveil ‘Scale School’ to boost startups

Raleigh Founded, UNC Entrepreneurship Center unveil ‘Scale School’ to boost startups

Raleigh Founded is delighted to announce that it is partnering with the UNC Entrepreneurship Center at Kenan-Flagler to help businesses within the community scale more effectively through the Scale School. The UNC Scale School is a program designed to help developed entrepreneurs scale their companies to the next levels of growth and success.

DUALBOOT PARTNERS: No entrepreneur is an island

DUALBOOT PARTNERS: No entrepreneur is an island

There’s a lot of advice floating around the Internet about entrepreneurship, and much of it is focused on the individual founder and what he or she can do to succeed. But that advice ignores the most fundamental aspect of building a business: finding the right people to help you along the way.

David Gardner: Why investors require redemption in term sheets

David Gardner: Why investors require redemption in term sheets

A good term sheet anticipates all of the typical outcomes of an investment and protects both the founders and investors from possible abuses.  In this article serial investor David Gardner continue discussing how a good term sheet achieves this.

CED’s Jay Bigelow: What entrepreneurs need to know about angel investors

CED’s Jay Bigelow: What entrepreneurs need to know about angel investors

Angel investors are not a homogenous bunch. Some are part of formal angel groups or networks like RTP Capital , TAP, Venture South, IMAF, CAN, WIN and DAN. But there are just as many or more that are “non-aligned angels” – angel investors who choose not to be part of a group. Here’s what startup entrepreneurs need to know.

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