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The Little Cook Book of New Product Development By Thom Poole
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New product development is the lifeblood of modern business and it is important that companies make the most of the conveyor of new ideas. This book take a light-hearted but useful look at new... More > product development - the ingredients and the recipes from a master practitioner of the art of new product and service development.< Less
Howto - New Product Development By Thom Poole
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Part of the Howto Marketing series, covering the new product development (NPD) process, including an example of an effective method.
Time To Cash By Hans van der Hoek
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A practical guide for entrepreneurs, managers and investors who are looking for ways to improve cashflow at startups and innovation-driven companies. High-tech ventures burn cash to create innovative... More > solutions. Eventually, millions can and will be made. Yet, cash is the biggest constraint during the early stages excacerbated by the worldwide recession. Despite that, ventures waste, astonischingly, up to 50% of available cash. The biggest source of waste is the time it takes to rake in revenues. What is the root cause? Entrepreneurs can shorten time to cash by following a few simple and proven principles. Focus on pain. Design for sales. Use existing infrastructure. Avoid the lure of traditional marketing tools, which are detrimental to startups. These and other principles are described in the book TIME TO CASH – SEVEN KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL HIGH TECH STARTUPS< Less
Time To Cash By Hans van der Hoek
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A practical guide for entrepreneurs, managers and investors who are looking for ways to improve cashflow at startups and innovation-driven companies. High-tech ventures burn cash to create innovative... More > solutions. Eventually, millions can and will be made. Yet, cash is the biggest constraint during the early stages excacerbated by the worldwide recession. Despite that, ventures waste, astonischingly, up to 50% of available cash. The biggest source of waste is the time it takes to rake in revenues. What is the root cause? Entrepreneurs can shorten time to cash by following a few simple and proven principles. Focus on pain. Design for sales. Use existing infrastructure. Avoid the lure of traditional marketing tools, which are detrimental to startups. These and other principles are described in the book TIME TO CASH – SEVEN KEYS TO SUCCESSFUL HIGH TECH STARTUPS< Less

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