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Aug 22, 2016
:)Hi guys, wanna hear your opinion!

I'm now working on my business. I saw a need in a specific market, I'm almost done developing my product and creating my brand.

But now, since it is a physical product that I'll have to produce, I went looking for manufacturer and of course they wanna start with some minimal volume.

Therefore, since now I have no found available (literally no money, I'm still suffering in high school :arghh:), would you suggest finding some investors or just try to make some pre orders, using social media marketing and ad-words?

Any suggestion is very much appreciated!

P.s. When done with the preliminary face I'll shure post a progression thread to get some of your amazing insight :blush:
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Oct 22, 2010
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More info would help..... you need $100, $1k, $100k?
Selling price of product?
Mfg price of product?
How many to get volume discounts?
What is MOQ?

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