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How Viable is Your Startup Idea? by Benjamin Ranck

Posted by Amity Sims on 2013-11-28

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Whether or not you’re a serial entrepreneur or on your first venture, every new business begins with the same thing: research. Good research will give you an idea of your market size, customer needs, and whether or not your business idea even makes sense.

Benjamin Ranck is the CTO and Thailand Country Manager of Jetabroad, a global online travel agency. From 2011 - 2012, Benjamin was the Co-Director of the Sydney Founder Institute, and is now spearheading Founder Institute’s efforts in Bangkok. To hear more from Benjamin, apply to the Bangkok Founder Institute today

In the video below, Bangkok Founder Institute director, Benjamin Ranck, outlines the first steps to startup research. These tips are sure to save founders time, money, and countless mistakes, leading you to the "three things your startup needs to survive: revenue, revenue, revenue".

 

                                

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