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Celebrating Entrepreneurs

     
Entrepreneurs

Last week, February 24th, was the late Steve Jobs' birthday, and it looks like he may be the recipient of a wonderful birthday gift. According to a list reported on by The Washington Post, the U.S. Postal Service has approved creating a commemorative stamp in memory of Steve Jobs. The list of approved subjects from the Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee has the Steve Jobs stamp slated for 2015 in the Collectible category and indicates that the stamp is in the design development stage.

What a wonderful way to honor one of America's, if not the world's, greatest entrepreneurs.

To say that Steve Jobs changed the way we work, live, and play is an understatement. Everything we do from typing business memos, listening to music, watching animated movies, and playing on our iPads has been influenced by Steve Jobs.

But he didn't start there. He started where all entrepreneurs start- with an idea and the motivation and courage to try to make it happen. Here at SecureDocs, we celebrate entrepreneurs and do our part to help them move forward in their dream to build successful businesses.

We recently hosted webinar on market validation, where our VP of market development covered the basics of market validation and how it can be a game changer for startups.

We also provide helpful hints to startups on our blog- from Data Security Tips for Startups to to interviews with successful entrepreneurs.

Because we understand that fundraising is at the forefront of the mind of most entrepreneurs, check out last year’s webinar, “Alternative Forms of Funding for Early-Stage Life Science Companies,” or any of or several blog posts on vc funding or angel funding tips.

And If you are part of startup looking to raise funding, we’re here to help you with an affordable data room. We love entrepreneurs and want to work with them to help them get up and running- so contact us for a free trial.

And most importantly- keep moving forward in your quest to for success.

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