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1) Choose a company that understands your language. If you know English, make sure that you are working with folks that are good at it. 2) Do your paperwork. Document everything. Create separate email threads for different things. 3) Use a project management system like Basecamp. It will help y...

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Hi. good questions. Answers: 1. Yes and No - it depends on what you're developing. If it is a cyber product or software, then investors would (usually) expect you to have in-house developers (meaning programmers which are part of the core team). If it's a website that offers services or an app,...

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I've used outsourced services several times successfully. I don't think using geographic location is necessary a good indicator for outsourcing value. In my experience it depends on the type of service you are seeking. For example, I've used crowdsourcing services for logo and web designs and dis...

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Generally, no. If you're a U.S. based company, you may outsource the development of your software development projects, or the creation of your intangible property. Payments made to non U.S. persons or companies that are performing the work outside of the U.S., should provide you a Form W-8BEN ...

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I'd recommend attending trade shows and conferences focused on the tech industry. Another great option would be running a Facebook Ad campaign targeting organizations who best represent your ideal client. You can also try LinkedIn Sales Navigator and cold emails to cultivate your b2b leads. An...

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Not sure I fully understand the question. Q & A's you mean tips/tricks/FAQS? Or do you mean QA like quality assurance testing?

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This is an awesome question! As a fellow entrepreneur and strategist I can tell you that this is way more common than you may expect. I think social media and public figures like Gary V and the like have built sense of quick scalability by simply getting going and that is simply not the case. In ...

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Great question! I love questions like this ones. First off forget about Silicon Valley. If you are not here with that sort of relationship you will spend a lot of resources before you make something sustainable here. Second, you mention you've had some success - ok, why aren't you simply making ...

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It depends on a lot of things. This is a pretty broad question with lots of pieces. Rob Walling has a great course on Udemy on The Startup's Guide to Virtual Assistants. The course costs $99 and it's more focused on VA work than straight dev / coding but it touches on both. I took it and it was w...

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