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Listen to the Marketplace

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Mark Gross started in business with an idea that didn't work.  In the pursuit of the wrong idea, he landed on the right one, Oak Technologies.  This segment begins with Joe Fergus  of COMTek  and includes comments from Scott Denniston of the US Veterans Administration.

Define Your Business Model

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John Hawkins bought a failed business and changed its model.  More...  And more... About John...

Commit to Quality

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Hattie takes us inside Texas Nameplate, twice winners of the Baldrige Award, then on to meet Mike Neary of Oregon Log Home; they won industry awards for quality and imagination.
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Be Willing to Evolve

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Steve Hoffman's company, Modern Postcard, is the result of decades of continuous improvement.  Steve started in business as a company of one and today he has hundreds of employees and thousands of customers.   More on Staying Power ...   More wisdom from Steve...

Be Boring And Rich

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Ironbound Valve Actuation demonstrates that some of the most boring and dirty businesses, including copper pipes, rake in the most cash.     More...

Try An Incubator

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Host Hattie Bryant discovers that entrepreneurs energize each other at a business incubator.   More...

Find The Right Idea

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Entrepreneurs Brian Kissel and Venkat Krishnamurthy took us to the Stanford Engineering Venture Fund Laboratories to see their invention.

Find The Right Investors

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Brian Kissel says that when you look for investors go first to people who already understand your idea and how it might impact existing business.  More...

Learn How Investors Think

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Fred Hoar was a founding member of Silicon Valley's Band of Angels.  You also meet Hans Severiens, founder of the band, on his right (our left).  They told us that angels find the stock market boring.

Think Big

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Bill Wiedemann raised $18 million with two rounds of venture capital.