16 Things to Consider as a Startup Founder
Almost 4.5 million new businesses launched in 2020, an unexpected surge of some 205,000 more applications for new startups than the previous year.
While exciting new trends indicate that some of these startups will thrive in the coming year, overall statistics remain daunting for how many of those startups will survive and become profitable, it is encouraging to see this sign of resilience in a year that brought so much uncertainty.
If you are one of these founders – or are considering it – this year will bring the difficult challenges of growing any startup. It seems like a good time to share some of what I’ve learned as a startup founder – from both my successes and failures – for more than a decade.
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