No Survivors Post Mortem Of A Startup Failure

According to one study, companies tend to meet their death around 20 months after their last round of financing. They tend to die after having raised around $1.3 million. The study goes on to report the following: 55% of startups that fail raised $1 million or less. Almost 70% of failed startups raised less than […]

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How To Encourage Your Startup Team To Kick Goals

Mario Andretti said, “Desire is the key to motivation, but it’s determination and commitment to an unrelenting pursuit of your goal – a commitment to excellence – that will enable you to attain the success you seek.” This is an incredible statement for the entrepreneur and young startup owner. Without goals and dedication to them, […]

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6 Personality Types Perfect For Startups

6 Personality Types Perfect For Startups

You may have heard that raindrops aren’t all the same size. Well, just like raindrops, not everyone is suited to work at a startup. You’ve got the dream, and you’ve got the products or services, but do you have the right team? Your team helps determine the path your startup follows and the ultimate outcome. […]

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How The Right Service Provider Can Make A Difference

Many new startups consider outsourcing some of their job requirements and end up enjoying great success with new partnerships. Whether it’s finding someone to handle your human resources, accounting, taxes, payroll, marketing or sales operations, it’s important to find the right provider for the job. In this article, we look at how the right service […]

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What Gets You VC Funded

What Gets You VC Funded

The father of venture capital, Georges Doriot, said, “Without action, the world would still be an idea.” He also said, “Always invest in a Grade-A man with a Grade-B idea. Never invest in a Grade-B man with a Grade-A idea.” As one of the first American venture capitalists, Doriot believed in building men and in […]

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