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Q) What info would a buyer need in order to make an offer? Unsolicited offers rarely start out as offers. They start as conversations. Cold inbounds from potential acquirers are usually done to establish some facts and also willingness to entertain an offer. They need to have enough informatio...

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When it comes to idea validation, get testing now. Pick a few artists from different forms of entertainment and see if you can start making them streams of revenue with your idea. If you can, great. You now have case studies to work with. You have something robust to pitch. More importantly, you...

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Assuming, that you're able to effectively communicate to others why your project is a 'tremendous opportunity', then here are some options: - Look up local universities and email the chairperson of whichever programs relate to the type of cofounder you need (i.e. electrical engineering, marketi...

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VR has a vast application across all the sectors in the Global market. Entertainment is a basic need of humans, therefore there is a huge spending of a common household income that goes out for entertainment. I would recommend you to target the untapped segments and get an early mover advantage. ...

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Let me tell you what you need to do. Let me give you the magic pill if you will. Take Action. Make a landing page, then...don't stop no matter what. Start posting to LinkedIn, Facebook, everywhere, send emails to your friends, your connections, everybody and get them to go to the landing page and...

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I have quite a bit of experience with this. My advice is to create a plug in tool that can be licensed not just in the entertainment vertical but other similar verticals. That's one key way to develop clients that will never leave you because it will be part of their business. Then as a business...

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No-Skill-Guitar: Get a [guitar (Jasmine S35 Acoustic Guitar)] + [chord buddy (chordbuddy.com)] + [electronic tuner (Intelli IMT500)]. Any time you hear a good song, look up the chords for free on ultimate-guitar.com, save the page as a .pdf, and you'll be able to play the song right away on the g...

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Hi there. I help people buy and sell businesses and also do a lot of consulting for people with partnership issues. Your question seems to ask what percentage of ownership should go to each initial shareholder when setting up a company. You can choose to do this in a number of ways. Some peop...

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As you may suspect, there really isn't a hard and fast answer. You can review averages to see that a CEO typically becomes a major shareholder in a startup, but your role and renumeration will be based on the perceived value you bring to the organization. You value someone's contribution through ...

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That sounds right, but in my experience it's a good idea to get the W9 before you pay them anything. Vendors have a tendency not to get you that information when you need it, especially if you only use them periodically. I have found the best way to be sure you get the W9 is to have them submit i...

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