How to avoid the pitfalls of starting up

If you’re a business co-founder who has a tech co-founder but doesn’t know how to code, you’re still not out of the woods Starting up is really hard. Depending on where you get your statistics from, startups’ survival rate ranges from 10 per cent to 40 per cent. Success is typically hard to replicate, but […] The post How to avoid the pitfalls of starting up appeared first on e27.


13 Jun, 2019E27.CO

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If you’re a business co-founder who has a tech co-founder but doesn’t know how to code, you’re still not out of the woods

Starting up is really hard. Depending on where you get your statistics from, startups’ survival rate ranges from 10 per cent to 40 per cent. Success is typically hard to replicate, but failing is very common.

In fact, in 2006, Paul Graham wrote an essay titled “The 18 Mistakes That Kill Startups”. You might know him — he started Y Combinator, an amazing startup accelerator in Silicon Valley that invested in companies such as Dropbox, Airbnb, Stripe, Reddit, etc....

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