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This site should be one of your first stops if you want to keep track of Net Start Ups
When this London-based e-commerce services firm founded by Mehmet Gölhan and Martin Kannengieser, went shopping for legal representation, the firm they contacted offered to waive their fee for an equity stake in the start up, a deal the businessmen quickly accepted.
The company is one of a growing number of businesses abandoning more saturated e-commerce markets in favor of business opportunities that involve humanitarian and environmental issues - in Dr.Parsley's case, providing web-based services for largely untapped markets outside of the United States.
A portal to connect organic food buyers and sellers around the globe.
The company plans a similar scheme in the future to help coordinate disaster relief projects.
Statistics don't lie.
Trust us, accurate statistical data will be one of the most important tools you'll use as you take your start up from the garage to the front page of the Wall Street Journal.
You'll use stats to wow customers, impress the boss and outfox the competition.
This web clearinghouse of statistical information, research reports and surveys has everything you'll need to make your business plans and presentations the best they can be.
Irish web consulting firm NUA, (Gaelic for new), provides the research, which includes summaries and links to current information from ever major source you're likely to need including web biggies like Forrester Research , Gartner Group and Media Metrix.
If you're a steely-eyed corporate executive conducting the meeting that will determine the future of your company's online presence never point at your web site design team and say,
"O.K. people. Throw up a web site."
They will giggle among themselves.
You don't want that.
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