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Probably. Just bear in mind, in almost all scenarios, clawbacks are overrated. By all means, clawback bookings that don’t convert, or deals that don’t last the expected duration, etc. It’s good best...

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In the end, you probably don’t want to spend too much more than 20% of the first-year customer value in marketing. You can justify spending more if you have a long customer lifetime (e.g., true enterprise...

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Probably not — because it’s too late. If you don’t start Freemium, it’s very very hard to add that DNA later, once you have real revenues, processes and software optimized around larger customers...

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OPINION: Let’s talk about HTC. The struggling Taiwanese consumer electronics company announced more layoffs this week: 1,500 jobs, or around 25 percent of its workforce. This has been long overdue,...

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Last week, Google gave the world more information about Duplex, its experimental conversational AI that makes phone calls to schedule appointments or make restaurant reservations on your behalf. With...

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When you’re starting a new business, finding funding can be tricky. There’s the need to balance funding requirements with not wanting to give too much of your business away in the beginning or take...

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Access to up-to-date, accurate data is absolutely critical for start-ups and fast-growing companies to set the direction of travel and identify opportunities and threats… In Cloud Zone Startups.co.uk:...

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The reality is, few folks have all 3 options available to them: Most startups cannot attract venture capital, at least not in the early days. Most startups can find some angels to invest, but not always...

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You sort of need to back into it based on your opportunity-to-closed deal ratio. The ratio can vary widely … maybe from 5%-20%, and to some extent, can be influenced even by the definition of an opportunity....