Bart Clarysse,Sabrina Kiefer

The Smart Entrepreneur (Part I: Idea creation and evaluation)

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The Smart Entrepreneur features real-life case studies as well as in-depth analysis by authors with direct experience of developing start-ups and venture coaching. Also available as a full ebook and print edition, here The Smart Entrepreneur has been divided into four mini-manuals: Idea creation and evaluation; From idea to business proposition; Proof of concept; and Marshalling resources. Each section offers practical advice and guidance to cover all aspects of your venture, from building a smart business proposition to assembling a dynamic team, carrying out affordable yet effective market research and seeking investment. Part I looks at how business ideas are matched with credible opportunities, whether you're starting from a perceived market or from a tecnology or competence that you'd like to commercialise. We emphasise the importance of considering a range of possibilities and evaluating each new idea with respect to existing alternatives already on the market, and perhaps modifying or improving it accordingly.
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    and taking actions that may help you find luck, such as an open mind, lots of networking and hard work).

    When you meet your lucky moment, we hope this book helps you to be better prepared to seize it.
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    There’s also a lot to be said for luck in entrepreneurship (being in the right place at the right time, meeting the right people and so on), as well as for initiative (adopting attitudes
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    When you come to write a business plan, there are certainly templates that you can adopt and guides you can consult. Every business is different, however, and you should aim to create a document that does justice to your business rationale.

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