By Chris SmithThe Washington TimesWASHINGTON, Feb. 19 (Reuters) – It is hard to overstate the importance of being the first one to market.
It can open doors and improve your chances of success.
But even when you are first, there is still the task of building a customer base.
The key is understanding the different needs and expectations of your target market and your target customer base to maximize your chances.
So, how do you do this?
Here are four ways to be successful as a new start-up.