Do I REALLY need to hire a developer?

It’s the question every budding e-commerce site owner and entrepreneur has to ask themselves. As soon as an idea begins to form in their head, they start seeing pieces they aren’t sure how to build. So they have to do some soul searching and ask themselves, do they need a developer? Join host Cal Evans as he talks about this question and walks listeners through what hiring a developer really means… and what it doesn’t.

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