According to a 2015 Forbes.com article, nine out of every 10 startups will fail. That’s the harsh truth. While this statistic may discourage some entrepreneurs, it should also encourage them to learn how to avoid certain mistakes before building a startup.
Here are five mistakes that entrepreneurs should avoid when starting their own company. The more you know about them, the less of a chance you make them:
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Perhaps the youngest person to ever write for Financial Poise, Matt Niksa was an editorial intern with the company during summer 2016. Prior to that, he was a contributing writer for AOL and Medium. Subsequent to his time with Financial Poise, Matt was a correspondent with the Palo Alto Daily Post.
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