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‘Foolproof’ writer to study difference between new business intent and reality


The writer of ‘Foolproof’ a tome about how to find and test great business opportunities through market validation is off writing books – at least for a while. In a previous incarnation, Wellingtonian Jenny Douché put out a series of … Continue reading

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Foolproof market validation tool for those of us who would be fools


‘Foolproof’ (great title) has been inspired by much of a working life immersed in entrepreneurial startups. Its author, Jenny Douché likes to think of the 188 page book as a resource for anyone looking to create or grow a business. … Continue reading

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