According to Yong Fook, pre-commerce is “buying stuff that doesn’t exist yet”.
If your business idea appeals to one in a million, then there are 2000 potential customers for it on the internet.
According to David Burd, president of The Naming Company in East Stroudsburg, Pa., it’s common for new entrepreneurs to try to convey too much in their business names.
According to Yong Fook, pre-commerce is “buying stuff that doesnâ€™t exist yet”.
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