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May232012

Start Up Infographic for Small Business Week

It's still Wednesday and I wanted to make sure that I had a post up for everyone. I've been scouring the web for all things business development this week and I happened to come across this awesome infographic from the good folks at udemy. I wish I had these graphic design skills because it would make everything I write about so much more interesting...but that's a skill set for another day. 

This infographic takes all the different roles and hurdles start-ups of all kinds have to face in the big blue ocean that is the business world. As you get towards the bottom of it start to pay attention to who the consumer's of your goods are. I hope this food chain doesn't scare you or deter your efforts but it's important to put your energy into a frame of reference. Especially if you are like me - every new idea isn't always a winner so make your choices and allocate resources wisely. 

I would love to hear about your businesses and where you think you are in this ecosystem. If you can't find yourself in this infographic where do you think you should be and what creature of the briney deep might it look like? 

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Reader Comments (1)

This is one creative way of representing people in a business. I do agree that a developer's that close to being "endangered". I commend those developers out there who continue to find solutions for the entire company to improve their operations and all that. It makes me think of the people in the research and development department of an SEO reseller company doing all of those A/B tests to know which methods will be effective given the current updates on the search engines' algorithms.

June 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterGerald Martin

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