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Marc Meyer, professor of entrepreneurship, provides tips on how to decide whether or not to move forward with a business idea.
June 19, 2014
Do you have a great business idea? You might not be sure! Marc Meyer, professor of entrepreneurship, writes that one way to evaluate your business idea is discerning whether or not it is a "Must have" or a "nice to have". This and other tips on how to decide, are in this Business News Daily article.
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