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What was the process of you coming up with your business idea?

I am surprised that no one has asked this question before. Everything in the entrepreneurial journey starts with a simple idea. What did the process look like for you all?


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Dimitry Rotstein
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Head of R&D at SafeZone
Actually, this question has been asked a lot, in one form or another. Last time it was a week ago:
http://members.founderdating.com/discuss/6153/How-did-you-get-your-idea-for-your-business
Chuck Bartok
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Marketing and Sales Manager at MD Building Systems of Florida, Inc
Simple process for me.
In my favorite niches:
What is service or product is Missing?
What does Market Want?
How easy to provide?
Over the years we extensively have accumulated input from satisfied customers so the data is usually always accessible.
Martin Omansky
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Martin Omansky Entrepreneur
Independent Venture Capital & Private Equity Professional
I saw an inefficient method of doing a big job and figured out a way to make the process more simple and cheaper. Ended up being a patent and a business. Sent from my iPhone
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