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Flipidea, Out of Stealth, Flipidea Unveils Its Business Idea Checker, Flipidea Viewpoints, PGGMB Building, B.S.B., Brunei Darussalam, Aug. 22, 2019. Accessed on: June 15, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://viewpoints.flipidea.co/out-of-stealth-flipidea-unveils-its-business-idea-checker/
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institution = "Flipidea Viewpoints" }
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Last edited on 17 June 2020.