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Keep your ego under control and close those deals

Phil Morle | July 23, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 1 Comment |

Be careful of your own ego. This has been my most recent bruising lesson as an entrepreneur. My initial task…

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Going to Echelon? Get your conference plan together

Phil Morle | June 5, 2014 | Startup Science | 2 Comments |

Next week it is Echelon in Singapore. Sadly I won’t be there but it feels like everybody else is going….

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A customer development rig for non programmers using WordPress – Conclusion

Phil Morle | May 27, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 1 Comment |

My experiment is over and I think I found a business worth investing more into. I was looking for enough evidence…

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Vegemite and startups

Phil Morle | May 23, 2014 | Enterprise Incubation, Pollycasts | 0 Comments |

Can brands and startups make each other stronger? We are working with Mondelez International, the largest snack food company in the world,…

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A lesson from Batman for entrepreneurs

Phil Morle | May 12, 2014 | Startup Science | 8 Comments |

Watch this scene from Batman: The Dark Knight Rises. Bruce Wayne is trapped in an underground prison. There is a…

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Your startup idea doesn’t need a technical co-founder

Phil Morle | May 4, 2014 | Startup Science | 9 Comments |

How do you start a web business when you don’t know how to code? Eventually you will need engineers, but…

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How to know if you are getting somewhere with your startup

Phil Morle | April 27, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 2 Comments |

This story originally appeared in Startup Smart as: How to know when your startup idea is validated. The author of…

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A customer development rig for non programmers using WordPress – Part 4

Phil Morle | April 22, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 5 Comments |

My journey continues to discover a sustainable and repeatable business model for my new publishing business for parents.  I am…

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World, meet Nick. Pollenizer’s new Head of Corporate Ventures

Phil Morle | April 14, 2014 | Pollenizer News | 2 Comments |

In 2008, Pollenizer began working with it’s first client. The business was called 3eep and we learned so much at…

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A customer development rig for non programmers using WordPress – Part 3

Phil Morle | April 14, 2014 | Customer Development, Startup Science | 4 Comments |

This part 3 of a series showing how powerful WordPress can be as a rig for customer development without coding….

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