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f money. "If you spend too much on window dressing, it's going to fail," DeLuca says.

Knowing how crippling it is to run out of cash, DeLuca cautions would-be entrepreneurs against recruiting flashy executives who cost tons of money. Instead, he recommends doing only what is absolutely essential to get one's technology into the hands of the public as soon as possible.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Teresa Esser 07/26/04


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