Walking the high-tech high wire: the technical extrepreneur's guide to running a successful enterprise
The first entrepreneurial guide written specifically for the high-tech company. The author focuses on the reality of capital scarcity and guides the high-tech start-up from raising cash through raising profits to successfully cashing out.
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Uncovering the 1O Technology Traps
Finding the Missing Ingredients
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