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"My whole life I have known that I would work for myself, which, in my own mind, was the definition of an entrepreneur. I had dreams of being an independent person who helped others. It wasn’t until college, though, that I realized my entrepreneurial career should be based around creativity." Maddie Kamphaus of Fête Box.
Venture capitalists will pay close attention to your market analysis. Securing outside capital requires proof of market size and your ability to reach that market.
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