'9/10 Startups Fail' Depends on Your Definition of Failureby@pheonis
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'9/10 Startups Fail' Depends on Your Definition of Failure

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Entrepreneur Satyajit is an entrepreneur, business graduate, content strategist and founder of Zepper.in. He says that 9 out of 10 startups fail, but what is considered "failure" for an investor? He says the issue of failure in startups really has to do with our definition of success. The problem is that, sometimes, even if you opt for the "be rich" option at the beginning, the market can make your business "only" a company without large growth that employs people, earn money at the end of the month and contribute value.

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Satyajit is an entrepreneur, business graduate, content strategist and founder of Zepper.in


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