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From Idea to Business - The Virtual Workspace for ideas
by Startacus Admin
Since we launched our Virtual Workspace just a few weeks ago, we've had all sorts of ideas getting thrashed out there by Startacus members using both public and private boards.
We know though that lots more of you would use it, if you had a little more idea about what it's all about. So, we thought we would reveal a few sneaky pics of what it looks like, what you can do there and how you can use it to get working on that big idea of yours. We reckon it rocks! Hope you do too!
Here's what it's all about...
Firstly, create a Project: Whether you’ve just had one of those crazy ideas that you think just might become the ‘next big thing’ or you’ve got an idea for something that would mean you finally get to do your own thing, the first step to help make it happen is to Create a Project. Add in a few little details to begin with, we’ll have a little look to make sure it’s not illegal, or nasty and stuff and once we approve it, you’re ready to go!
Once your idea is approved, you can Start your Project Boards: This is where the hard work begins! Whether you still need to work a little on the concept bit or the legal stuff or even do a tad more research, you can create a virtual workspace to do just that. Each project Board is your very own bespoke workspace, so create the workspaces that are relevant to you and your idea.
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