My Grandpa used to say, “Before you start a business, take a moment and think from the customer perspective whether they really need it or not”.
For some entrepreneurs, it seems like a child’s play in launching a startup, and they don’t even care whether it will be successful or not. To be honest, there’s no point of giving your best shot if it’s going to be ineffective and no use to anyone. Continue reading “5 Things you need to keep in mind before you launch a startup”
Most of the startups fail not because of lack of funds, but because of internal team affairs. I feel this is the main reason why most startups fail before they hit seeding. There are several other reasons for startup failure, but the main one is because of the partners/co-founders/other founding team members, etc. who may not work towards the goal. Let me clear it up.
Every startups’ idea comes from one guy who shares it with other close people [who has same interest], and others just add up the remaining thing [modifications] that is required to make the idea succeed. Continue reading “5 Critical Reasons Why Your Startup ended up as a Failure!”