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I'm not trying to be a contrarian for the sake of being a contrarian, but can you afford to NOT do proper screening on VCs? If you're averaging $100K/month in revenue, then you'll be the pick of the litter, assuming your pro forma, etc., add up for the investors. A bad fit in an investor can hurt...

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Have you talked to a Salesforce rep? Seriously. They would be best and most knowledgeable to tell you whether their software can do what you want. Business-wise, your post frightens me with the impression of unbridled, "The customer wants it? Let's build it--who knows or cares if it's profitable...

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Easy :) There are a number of companies that make games which would work with your steering wheel. If those companies have captured the email address of their users (or have the ability to send push notifications to the device) then they already have a direct relationship to your market. Go to ...

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Consider doing an invention evaluation study. This can help you gauge overall consumer interest in your hardware, if indeed it's consumer facing. If it's not, then a full market study might be the way to go. However these studies are significantly more expensive. I'm happy to talk with you ab...

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Can you give more information on what your product is? Then we can figure out what you need in it. Sounds like electronics...but what?

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There's no reason GE Aviation, or anyone, would be excited about your "idea for a hoverboard", or give you credit in any way, because you yourself say that you can't contribute anything to the project intellectually, financially, or otherwise, and the idea itself is not a new one. The idea was p...

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No. My $0.02 is that you're over-engineering a solution to a problem that just isn't that painful to most people. And besides which, you kind of snooker yourself from a customer perspective. As a frequent flier, I always travel light. So you're not targeting the frequent flier. You're targ...

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Hi there! 1-. Keep on asking for feedback for your product and adjust it 100% to what your first users want 2-. Go for the wow factor. Make their product amazing (think about an iphone design) and last 3-. Make sure these early adopters use your product everyday (or as many times per week as...

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There are some fantastic sites that you should review. Angel.co FounderDating.com Create your business profiles and clearly define what you're looking for. Share your background and your passion.

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Great question - I have worked on several projects relating directly to what you are describing (based on my initial understanding) including providing software interfacing for mobile/PC/TV for large-scale hardware manufacturers as well as for mobile devices connecting to sensors and translating/...

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