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Being aware of the early symptoms of startup failure is very important in defining how to be successful in the future.
People say ‘Startup is like jumping off the cliff and then building a parachute before you hit the ground’. In our case, we did jump off the cliff but didn’t bring the tools to build the parachute.
Here are four things to keep in mind to keep your spirit and motivation up after flop of your startup.
Dhoni's leadership style offers invaluable lessons to managers/entrepreneurs at all levels. Here’s why.
This list represents the 25, in alphabetical order, that we think to have the best shot of reaching a billion-dollar mark.
Here are the four basic steps you need to take to write a comprehensive and useful business plan.
There is something to be said to gaining experience through real-life problem-solving in your business ventures, but you can save time by not learning lessons the hard way and fast-track your path to business success.
Taking a look at some of the top strategies and startup business tips for new entrepreneurs.
Leadership is an essential function of management that connects internal and external stakeholders.
Here are the greatest failures/lessons from Jack Ma’s life.
As a start-up, it is more critical that you hire the right people.
Nobody wants their start-up to end up as a failure.
There are so many risks to navigate, mistakes to avoid, and costs to meet.
Fifteen CEOs of new and existing companies reflect on what they’ve learned, and impart their best lessons to aspiring startup founders.
While 2015 saw launch of three to four startups a day, the second quarter of 2016 witnessed a lot of layoffs and shutdowns.
The market research firm CB Insights recently did a post-mortem on 135 failed startups. The reasons cited, however, fall into seven categories, each consisting of a specific emotional or intellectual limitation.
In case of a failure, instead of being depressed, one should try and work harder to make things better again
What if Steve Jobs never created Apple? What if Bill Gates decided to keep his Microsoft idea to himself?
Lack of focus on long-term benefits among founders and funders is hampering the growth of a healthy ecosystem.
Even though it’s trendy in startups to say that ideas mean nothing and execution means everything, the reality is much less binary and much more nuanced.