The young entrepreneur stories featured in this section show that you do not necessarily need years of experience to start a profitable business. Read the incredible accounts of teenage entrepreneurs such as David Carter, founder of The App Factory, and Bigger Feet creator Oliver Bridges and see how they achieved massive success at such a young age
At 18, Jordan Daykin became the youngest entrepreneur to land investment in the Den. Today, his global DIY fixing business is said to be worth £14m.
Shining a spotlight on the UK’s brightest founders aged 25 and under, Startups reveals the business owners set for entrepreneurial stardom this year
The 25-year-old bringing a fresh, tech focused approach to digital marketing
The impressive female entrepreneur swapped reality TV for enterprise, creating a cult jewellery brand loved by A-list celebrities and the royal family
Determined to help people discover great things to try in London and beyond, 25 year-old Malin has built a website with thousands of daily readers…
The 21 year-old creating slip-on shoes worn by the likes of Tinie Tempah and Ryan Reynolds
The 17 year-old entrepreneur who’s built an online media empire from his bedroom
The 21-year-old on a mission to change the world through entrepreneurship by nurturing the next generation of business leaders
The 24-year-old founder of a personalised handwritten communication business on a mission to create employment for millions around the world
The brains behind a social media business which can make anything the number one trending topic on Twitter within 30 minutes.
The venture-backed duo helping teams, groups and charities raise money by connecting them to major brands
From a teenage eBay business to his current ‘on-demand selling service’, meet the serial business owner aged 24 with an eye for lucrative opportunities
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How to start a vending machine franchise: Starting a business advice and business ideas
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How to start a vending machine franchise
Vending machines are pretty much part of our everyday lives. Drinks, snacks and all manner of personal goods are dispensed into our waiting grasp at the push of a button. But just because this process involves no human interaction doesn t mean the machine did it all by itself.
A vending franchise is the means to this end and it often proves to be a surprisingly varied career opportunity.
What is it?
The world of vending machine franchises is not large but considering the products on offer, it is significant. Unusually among franchises there are a number that can be run on a part time basis as well as full time so you can largely choose your hours. Although be aware this is not the case with all.
Drinkmaster largely does what it says on the franchise. It provides machine dispensed coffee, tea, chocolate and soft drinks as well as soft drinks like orange, blackcurrant and so on.
The franchisee s job is to promote the brand to potential customers throughout a designated territory, deliver products and provide customer care. And although it is their job to grow the territory, they have an existing client base from day one.
SSL International is the parent company of Durex vending, which services mainly pubs with condom vending machines. Unlike the others this is only a fulltime franchise but you make your own appointments so is therefore still flexible in terms of hours.
Some technical aptitude is required for the work as you are required to service machines as well as re-stock and collect money. But to really grow the business, you will also need to find new business so a good way with people is also a helpful attribute.
A Vendor supplies bottled Evian and Volvic flavoured water to any public space that might provide a marketplace: schools, leisure centres and so on. This is really a part time franchise at least to start with 10 machines can be serviced in one day. It is ideally suited to people who want an extra income.
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A Beginner s Guide to Starting and Marketing an App, starting an app development
A Beginner’s Guide to Starting and Marketing an App
Building a mobile app for the first time? You no doubt have many questions: Is it worthwhile? Does it make sense? How will people know about it?
Having helped build more than a hundred apps from categories ranging from social networking, utility, entertainment and lifestyle, I get asked a lot of questions by entrepreneurs and businesses on the entire process of building and marketing apps.
Here are the most common ones to help you first-timers build a successful app:
I have many app ideas. Which one should I pursue?
Most successful entrepreneurs have built their business through multiple ideas. So don t limit yourself to a single app idea.
Apps are like releasing a hit music single. You never know which single will make it for you. So give each app four to six months after the launch and if you do not see a growing user base, move to the next idea.
I have an app idea, but where do I start?
Start by putting your idea down on paper as clearly as possible. Look for prototyping tools on the Internet and create a detailed, screen-by-screen mock-up/wireframe of your app. Once you re clear about your requirements, look for a company that can design and develop it for you.
How do I know whether the customer wants my app?
Get to the market fast with a prototype. Don t wait to create a complete app with all the features. Build only with the core proposition of the app and see if the customer is ready to buy. Once they do, you will get a lot of important feedback from your paying customers.
Should I build a mobile website or a native app?
There are close to a million apps each on iOS and Android app stores, and you re competing against the best to be seen and engaged with. Mobile websites don t offer any experience, nor do they add any value to the customer. Apps are to mobile what website is to a desktop. Don t mix the two.
Should we build the app in-house or outsource?
Some of the most popular products today were outsourced in their initial days, including Alibaba, Fab.com, Digg, Skype.
When creating the first instance of your product, keep the costs low and go with an outsourced provider that understands your requirements best. The most important thing for you at this moment is to get your product in the hands of the customer. Fast. Once you see a real demand for your product and continue to see traction, you can then take over the development and maintenance in-house.
How do I submit an app to the Apple App Store or Android Market?
Create a developer account with Apple and Google by registering through their website and paying the annual app store fees of $99 for Apple and $25 for Google. The actual process of uploading to the app stores should be done by your developers.
Should I offer my application as free and then figure out how to make money later?
There s a one-in-a-million chance (or probably less) that you could be the next Facebook or Twitter. The choice is yours.
If you want to build a business, have a clear monetization strategy right from the get go.
Products don t get sold on their own. You need to take them out of your four walls and place them onto a retailer s shelves. Then you have to tell people where to find them.
You need to do the same with your app. While app-store optimization can help you a great deal in your ability to be discovered, it is not enough to get significant traction for your app to make it a sustainable business. You need to market your app to get visibility.
The best form of publicity for your application, as for any business, is third-party endorsements. Reviews from tech bloggers, press coverage and word of mouth should be the preferred avenues. It is important to keep these sustained if you begin to see traction.
Also, pay keen attention to reviews posted by the users of your application and work doubly hard to reverse any negative reviews.
Should I create a cross-platform app?
Cross-platform apps seldom offer rich experience to users. There is a reason why there are different coding languages for different platforms, which have their own software development kits (SDKs). Such apps are often riddled with bugs and fail to offer consistent experience across platforms.
How much does it cost to develop an app?
It s like asking what it costs to buy a house or a car. The answer depends on many factors. Development costs can range anywhere between $3,000 to $100,000 or more depending on the complexity and overall features involved.
What if my app does not work?
Most app ideas, just as business ideas, are crap. Successful people make terrible decisions all the time but they also get back up with fresh learning from their failures and try something else. Move onto the next app idea if the current one does not get you results.
If you have more questions about building an app or have an experience to share, post it in the comments below.
#candle making business
5 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting a Candle Making Business
When you decide to start your own work-at-home business, a candle making business is one option of many. Beginning a candle making business can be fun and exciting and a way to utilize some creativity. However, there are many things to think about before beginning that can help ensure your success. Avoid mistakes that can cost your business to go under before it even starts.
Mistake 1 – Starting with No Experience
As with any home business, you should have at least some experience before you begin. If you have made candles or soaps as a hobby or for personal gift giving you have a head start on growing a business. Starting any type of business with no experience will take more time and presents more risk. Even taking a class at a local community center or reading a candle making book will give you some background to start with.
Mistake 2 – No Research and Business Plan
A solid business plan is a must and that goes hand-in-hand with lots of research. Making candles as a hobby or for fun is a base start; taking that to a business level requires some planning. You will need to research where to get bulk supplies, including molds, candle base (whether that is beeswax, paraffin, gel or soy), wicks, dyes and scented oils.
On the practical side, you will need to prepare for your business by choosing a business name and registering your business with your local city or county. In most places you will also need a business license even if you are operating a business from your home.
Mistake 3 – Having No Work Space
When you decide to start a business from home you have to be sure you have the appropriate space available to accommodate your business. With a candle making business you need space to melt your candle material, whatever it is that you choose. You need space to store your candle making essentials; molds, melting pot, wicks and oils, etc.
You also need to be able to store what you produce as well as office space to do bookkeeping and sales work. An organized work space will help you be more efficient and productive.
Mistake 4 – Having No Niche
Deciding on candle making as a business venture will mean deciding on a niche. If you enjoy making a certain type of candle and are efficient in making them, that should be your focus. For instance, if you have been making soy candles, stick with making soy candles until you are ready for your business to expand or until there is a solid financial reason to make other types of candles. The possibilities are varied and wide and include votives, floating, special occasion, and mixed colored, as well as various scented.
Mistake 5 – Having No Market
It’s important to decide where and how you will sell your candle once you make your business official. Having a website is the best way to market your products but there are other ways as well.
No matter how you sell your candles, you will need to make sure the price is right so that you can gain and keep a customer base and so that you can eventually make a profit for yourself. Avoiding mistakes and having fun will take you far in the candle making business.
#start online business
4 Steps to Starting an Online Business
In many ways, starting an online business is similar to starting a brick-and-mortar store. You’ll plan your business, organize your funding, produce your product, and get to work. But, there are unique aspects of running an online-only business that would-be entrepreneurs need to consider.
I’ve laid out a few of the various types of online businesses that you might be interested in starting, both those based around existing platforms like Etsy and eBay, and self-hosted eCommerce sites. We’ll also go over the process for starting an online business, and the steps you’ll need to take to get your business up and running.
In addition, you’ll find links throughout this article to other Bplans articles, which you’ll definitely want to check out. They’ll help you go into more detail about the different aspects of starting your online business, such as setting up your website and how to register your business name.
The different types of online businesses:
Wondering what type of online business to start? There are a few different options, and the best type to start will largely depend on your specific business, and what it is you’re selling.
An eCommerce site:
An eCommerce site is the most direct form of online business you can start; with a self-hosted eCommerce site, you will be selling your goods and services directly to your customers, without a “go-between” such as eBay or Etsy (we’ll get to those more later).
The best part about a direct eCommerce site is the level of control you have over your store. You’ll be able to customize virtually all the options when setting up your own eCommerce site, such as the complete look and feel of your store, but this flexibility makes the process that much more complicated, too.
Your biggest considerations with an eCommerce site will be setting up your website to offer the best user experience. Choosing the right web design is crucial, as is making sure that your shopping cart software is well-suited for your business. Be sure to check out the various shopping cart options available—from Shopify to X-Cart and many more.
An Etsy store:
An Etsy store is, by comparison, relatively easy to set up. The format of an Etsy store remains relatively similar store to store, though you will have the ability to customize your layout a little. However, all customers will buy through the Etsy interface, and the legwork to get your site up and running is minimal. This may be a positive or a negative to you, depending on how much control you wish to maintain over your site.
The biggest consideration, aside from the lack of flexibility? Etsy is a site for creative types, and focuses on handmade items. Now, if you sell handcrafted goods, resell vintage items, create and sell your art, and so on, you’ll fit in on Etsy no problem—in fact, it might be perfect for you.
But, if what you’re selling will be mass-produced, you’ll want to steer clear; although Etsy has recently made it clear that while they allow their sellers to potentially partner with outside businesses to make their products, mass-produced goods are not welcomed on Etsy.
An eBay store
Similar to Etsy, starting an eBay store has some significant advantages, which are also at the same time potential downsides. As with Etsy, you won’t have to set up a website, customize your online storefront, or choose a shopping cart software—when you use eBay to sell your products, that’s all included.
However this means, like Etsy, that your customers will have to go through eBay to buy from you, and you’ll also have little control over the visual layout of your store. As with Etsy, this may be a pro or a con for you, depending on your business.
Unlike Etsy, there is no stipulation with eBay stores that the goods be handcrafted or vintage resale. However, there are still certain items that are prohibited, so make sure to look into the details of selling on eBay before you decide that it’s the right choice.
A site with no physical goods sold
That’s all fine and good, but what if you’re not selling physical goods, but rather consulting or other services?
If your business still needs to accept payment via your site, you’re most likely better off setting up your own website, with a very simplistic shopping cart software. However, Etsy is home to plenty of web design businesses, for example, so this platform isn’t altogether out of the question.
Steps to starting an online business:
1. Plan your business
Like any business, you’ll need a plan. Your planning process should include thorough market analysis, plans for how you’ll fund product production, and perhaps a SWOT analysis to begin your planning process.
2. Write your business plan
Once you’ve done a bit of preliminary planning, it’s time to write your business plan. Unless you’re asking for funding from the bank, an investor, or have a similar “business plan event” coming up, you’re better off sticking to a lean business plan. A lean plan is quicker and easier to write, and distills your plan down to the essentials.
3. Register your domain name and set up your website
If you’ve chosen to set up your own eCommerce site outside of a platform such as eBay or Etsy, you’ll want to make sure your chosen domain name is available and ready for use. Once you’ve secured it, the process of setting up your business website begins. You can choose to outsource this to a professional, or DIY it with our handy guide.
4. Make it legal
There are a few steps you’ll have to take to make sure your business is legal. While generally speaking, the same rules apply for online businesses as brick-and-mortar businesses, there are a few subtle differences:
Read up on online business regulations
The most important distinction when it comes to doing business online versus in person is online business law. These laws regard the distribution of your customers personal information, as well as other privacy and intellectual property regulations. The SBA gives a thorough rundown of the specifics of online business law, so make sure to brush up on them before you start your online business.
Visit your secretary of state’s websitefor state-specific requirements
State specific requirements will, naturally, vary state by state. For instance, you’ll be required to collect state sales tax from your customers. Visit your local secretary of state office’s website for more information on compliance at a state level.
Learn about tax obligations for running an online business
Do you operate your business from your home? If you run an online business, it’s likely. As such, you may be eligible for certain tax deductions. You’ll additionally be required to pay income tax, so before setting up your online business, it may be a good idea to consult with a lawyer and make sure that you’re all covered going forward.
Ultimately, starting an online business is very similar to starting a business with a physical storefront. The planning and legal aspects remain similar; while you may not be faced with the prospect of finding a retail location, you’ll still want to make sure you’ve got a solid plan for your business, a great website, and have dotted all your i’s and crossed your t’s before you start selling.
However, while starting an online business does involve some initial legwork, the low cost of overhead and flexibility of the platform make starting an online business a great choice for many entrepreneurs.
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How LivePlan makes your business more successful
If you re writing a business plan you’re in luck. Online business planning software makes it easier than ever before to put together a business plan for your business.
As you ll see in a moment LivePlan is more than just business plan software though. It s a knowledgable guide combined with a professional designer coupled with a financial wizard. It ll help you get over the three most common business hurdles with ease.
Let s take a look at those common hurdles and see how producing a top notch business plan sets your business up for success.
#service business ideas
20 Original Ideas For Starting A Service-Based Business
Your true calling is just a click away
Technology has come a long way since the printing press. It seems like every day, a new innovation is revealed and each one is more mind-blowing than the next. But even with all of these amazing technological inventions and advancements, there are some things that simply can t replace your own two hands. Like for instance: an app that folds your laundry will [probably] never exist. There are many service-based niches that need to be filled, and there are lots of potential customers who are looking for the right person and not computer for the job.
This is where people with specialized skills and talents can step in and take on the role of professional service provider, and make a profit. With a professional website, some self-promotion and some hard work, you can become that go-to person in your niche. Here are 20 potential service-based biz ideas that we love:
Personal Chef Cooking up delicious gourmet food isn t just done in restaurants, there are lots of people who would love to be treated to a nice meal in the comfort of their own home. Busy families and people looking to make a special occasion extra special will flock to you.
Baby Proofer Are you especially cautious? Can you spot accidents before they happen? Your perfect business just might be to make potential baby hazards disappear in expecting parents homes.
Tutor So long as there are things to learn, a good tutor will always be a highly sought-after commodity. So if you re a math genius or happen to be fluent in Xhosa and have a knack for teaching people, you could be in business.
Professional Organizer For most people, taking the time to organize their home doesn t only not come naturally, it s painful. So if you have a talent for making sense of messes, you could be sitting on a [neatly stacked] gold mine.
Computer Repairman Fact: today s world would barely function without computers. People are so attached to their own personal devices that they likely would be glad to have the phone number of a technically talented person on speed dial. Is that person you?
Pool Service Technician This business not only has very low start up costs, it s also pretty easy to learn and master quickly. Some elbow grease is required but, if you re ready to do the work with a smile, you could be laughing by the time you get to the bank.
House Sitter This niche is largely built on trust. While watching over peoples homes and keeping things running smoothly is a huge part of it, there are very few people that will hand you the keys without a good reference. Be sure to rack up the testimonials on your website for a good rep.
Home Decorator Color swatches, fabrics and throw pillows, oh my! Your talented eye for interior design can translate into potential big bucks, and all from doing something you love.
Personal Shopper For people who love to shop, this might come as a shock: there are a lot of people who would love to pay other people to buy their clothes. That keen fashion sense and ability to dress just about anyone really comes in handy here.
Mobile Mechanic If you think about it, the time people need a mechanic most is when they re stranded somewhere. If you ve got mechanical skills, all you need is to go to your customers. Your business will not go unnoticed.
Detective We know what you re thinking I don t live in a whodunnit mystery movie. But actually, being a PI is a real thing, and there are clients out there who will be more than willing to employ your sleuthy services.
Graphic Designer Tried and true, this career path is booming right now. With more and more emphasis on online presence for businesses and freelancers, there are lots of jobs to be filled in this field.
Packing Guru Moving can be a very trying time. Why not help people lighten the load by stepping in with your amazing packing powers?
Staffing Expert Finding the right people to help around the house is a delicate business, and isn t easy for most people. Helping people fill the various positions they have open is a growing niche that also needs to be filled.
Limo Driver With a fancypants car and some good insurance, you could [literally] be in the driver s seat of your very own business. Start small, and grow your fleet with other reliable and talented drivers such as yourself.
Translator Here s where that semester abroad comes into play. If you re fluent in another language, you can offer your translating abilities to those interested
Plant Maintenance Person Have you ever noticed that lots of nice offices are full of indoor plants? If you ve got a green thumb, with some basic (and inexpensive) supplies, you can maintain and care for these plants and earn yourself some more greenbacks in your bank account.
Window washing It s a dirty business, which is why so many people are willing to pay someone else to do it. Is that person you?
Debt collector Got a go-getter attitude? Are confident that you don t take no for an answer? Put these traits to good use by getting delinquent payments paid.
Party Planner There s always one person at a party who has comments about how things could have been done better. If that s you, you might have found your calling. Make the perfect party happen for your clients, time and time again.
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#how to start a business
Starting a business involves planning, making key financial decisions and completing a series of legal activities. These 10 easy steps can help you plan, prepare and manage your business. Click on the links to learn more.
Use these tools and resources to create a business plan. This written guide will help you map out how you will start and run your business successfully.
Take advantage of free training and counseling services, from preparing a business plan and securing financing, to expanding or relocating a business.
Get advice on how to select a customer-friendly location and comply with zoning laws.
Find government backed loans, venture capital and research grants to help you get started.
Decide which form of ownership is best for you: sole proprietorship, partnership, Limited Liability Company (LLC), corporation, S corporation, nonprofit or cooperative.
Register your business name with your state government.
Learn which tax identification number you’ll need to obtain from the IRS and your state revenue agency.
Register with your state to obtain a tax identification number, workers’ compensation, unemployment and disability insurance.
Get a list of federal, state and local licenses and permits required for your business.
Learn the legal steps you need to take to hire employees.
Contact your local SBA office to learn more about how SBA can help.
There are a number of available programs to assist startups, micro businesses, and underserved or disadvantaged groups. The following resources provide information to help specialized audiences start their own businesses.
#own your own business ideas
Starting your own business
Thinking about setting up a business?
Why would you work for yourself instead of working for someone else? For many the idea of “being my own boss” is appealing. You’re in charge of your own future, the one who’s in control of making the decisions. You get the opportunity to turn your ideas into practice and, with some planning, make some money from it!
However, there are also risks. Only one in three business start ups in the UK succeed in the first three years of business. So it is important that you do your research and get some help before taking this step.
Whatever your career option, there is often an opportunity to consider working for yourself. People start their own businesses in a range of areas from undertakers to journalists, lawyers to puppeteers, medical suppliers to musicians. So whether it’s something you’ve never considered before or whether you are ready to go, this page will help you assess your skills and attitudes, help you understand what it s like and put you in touch with organisations that can help you
What does it take to run your own business?
You may think it takes a certain type of person to start a business. Evan Davis, a presenter of BBC s Dragons Den, suggests that the personal qualities a typical entrepreneur would have are:
- a team worker
- a risk-taker
- a hard worker.
If you’ve got the right attitude, there’s no limit to what you can achieve as your own boss. We ve all heard of Sir Alan Sugar, Oprah Winfrey and Anita Roddick – all successful entrepreneurs. But don t forget the host of plumbers, shopkeepers, mechanics, hairdressers and others in your locality who also run successful, profitable small businesses.
The responsibility of being the boss can be pretty scary at first, but it doesn’t have to be too scary; not when there’s so much help and advice available to you in Wales. There’s everything from financial grants to free marketing advice. Who knows what you could achieve with the right help and some self-belief.
Do you have what it takes?
To help you reflect on your own motivation and suitability for self-employment, try the Self-employment checklist on the Prospects website.
Before you start anything, take time to think through and plan your venture.
- What s your business idea?
Your business idea can range from spotting a gap in the market to coming up with a brand new product or service. If you re having difficulty, ask your friends or family to brainstorm ideas with you. You may already have a great idea that just needs a little more thought and they may just add the finishing touch.
- Do your market research
Before starting up your own business, you should carry out market research. You ll need to work out that enough people will want to pay for your product or service for you to make a profit.
- Write a business plan
Use your market research findings to develop your business plan. You must have a business plan if you intend to apply for funding. Sample UK business plans are available free at BPlans.
- Finance your business
Read the advice given by The Prince s Trust, Shell LiveWIRE, www.startups.co.uk and business.wales.gov.uk. Also the self-employment section of the Prospects website.
- Get free business training and start-up advice from Welsh government-funded bodies
Get help to write a business plan, information on matters such as assessing insurance needs, tax and national insurance, and checking your legal responsibilities relating to issues such as health, staff employment and intellectual property rights.
Here are some further start-up tips that anyone starting a business would benefit from:
- Open a separate bank account for your business and keep records of all your income and expenditure right from the beginning.
- Start the business small, with minimum risks and costs.
- Always be looking to improve all aspects of your business, especially by listening to your customers. You will be surprised how honest people are when you ask how you can improve your service.
- Never stop doing your market research, checking is your Unique Selling Proposition still unique? Your Unique Selling Proposition sets you and your business apart from your competition. Put simply, it s why customers buy from you rather than from the others.
- Provide the best customer service possible. Always treat customer complaints seriously – and put them right.
- Don t be afraid to ask questions of people in the same business field.
- Find friends, family members that can help you in particular aspects of your business, such as web design, graphic design, photography and press contacts.
- Don t be afraid to try out ideas or approach new people or shops. The worst that can happen is that they say no.
Further information for starting your own business
- Browse the AGCAS booklet Self-employment which contains useful information and contacts.
- Start Ups provides a range of resources such as blogs, case studies, forums and podcasts to inspire would-be entrepreneurs.
- Cobweb Information for Business publishes free practical information that helps entrepreneurs start up and run their small businesses.
- The Prince s Trust provides grants as well as help and advice to budding entrepreneurs between 18 and 30 years of age, as does Shell LiveWIRE.
- Enterprise4all specialises in supporting entrepreneurs from under-represented groups, such as women, people with disabilities, older people and those from ethnic minority backgrounds.
- Disabled Entrepreneurs Network provides networking opportunities and information services for self-employed disabled people.
- Prime Cymru is an initiative aimed at people over 50 starting their own business.
Starting an Open Data Business? Get Help From BusinessUSA
December 15, 2013 By admin
To strengthen America s competitiveness in the global economy, businesses will need to be equipped with the best tools and information available to support innovation and job growth in the 21st century. BusinessUSA is your front door to all the government has to offer. Help us make sure it continues to evolve and grow to meet your needs. Sign up for email alerts so you can be the first to find out about changes to BusinessUSA, and use feedback features on the website to let us know what you think. BusinessUSA is designed by businesses, for businesses. Take ownership today.
BusinessUSA implements a no wrong door approach for small businesses and exporters by using technology to quickly connect businesses to the services and information relevant to them, regardless of where the information is located or which agency s website, call center, or office they go to for help. Looking forward, the more federal agencies continue to add resources to BusinessUSA to encompass the full range of business programs and services, the more we will be able to reduce the confusing array of websites that exist today.
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