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IBM Intel

Startup Scaleup

Launching a successful startup is hard, so it’s no surprise that entrepreneurs make mistakes when founding and growing a new company. These mistakes can range from flawed business models, to incompatible founders, to poor vision and imagination, to bad hires. The key thing to realize is that ‘failure’ is not always a bad thing. The world has conditioned us to believe that a lack of success is equivalent to failure, and conventional, rational logic would tend to agree. However, the only real failure that any entrepreneur can make is not to learn from their mistakes — or, indeed, their successes! Understanding why a startup has succeeded, or not, and then capitalizing on that knowledge and experience is vital for any entrepreneur.

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June 2020


2-10 September 2020