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Hi, I’m a Design Business!

What does it mean "being a business". Some learn full degrees in running a business when we are breaking into a saturated market and offer our services. As a design business, we first need to define and answer few basic questions.



  • How are we called? 
  • What do we do? 
  • What do we wish to do? 
  • What do successes mean for us? 
  • What will be a failure? Our prices? Expences? 
  • How do we look in the eyes of people? 
  • How can we reach clients (Hint: Not with a computer). 
  • And above all - What is our advantage compare to other (price, abilities, experience)?

Don't just run out there, eager and naive, give it the respect it deserves.

Some good read to start with:
01. The Little Big Small Business Book.

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