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Startup – The Start Manifesto

Around the world, millions of new businesses are started each year.

They start in varying industries – from lawn mowing, to restaurants, to professional consulting firms to high tech startups.

Regardless of what kind of business it is, all new business founders hear the same advice – things like “write a business plan,” and “learn marketing.”

But not all businesses are the same.

A high-tech startup is completely different to a lawn mowing business, which in turn is completely different to going into practice for oneself as an accountant.

These are different types of business.

And these businesses start in different ways – it is like they are in different startup “lanes” or “tracks.”

These different lanes of business need different roadmaps for startup. They need to follow different playbooks and game plans.

Up until now, there hasn’t been a roadmap that identifies the four different startup types – and then helps you follow the right playbook, game plan and roadmap for your type.

This manifesto gives you that roadmap.

Download The Start Manifesto – Executive Summary

Download: The Start Manifesto – Full Version