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Tools To Boost Your Startup

Tools To Boost Your Startup | Startup | Scoop.it
We share the list of our all-time favorite productivity tools, that will help you raise your efficiency to the next level.

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Christina's curator insight, January 16, 2014 4:57 AM

Awesome tools to take advantage of for startup and small business owners and CEOs. 

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10 Tips For Building A Scalable Startup

10 Tips For Building A Scalable Startup | Startup | Scoop.it

Investors will tell you that they love to put money into startups that are scalable and that are ready to scale. But what does that really mean?


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Samuel Pavin's curator insight, October 3, 2013 9:01 AM

This post does come at a perfect time. I was speaking about it to a startup I met earlier today and that is exactly where they stand. They need to scale now and those are the steps they shall follow.

And those are the stepsevery startup shall follow in order to be prepared and gain traction more easily.

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Marc Andreessen: Not every startup should be a Lean Startup or embrace the pivot

The Lean Startup has become somewhat of a bible for Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, but famed investor Marc Andreessen notes that sometimes founders misappropriate the ideas or don't apply them correctly, resulting in some common problems he outlined...

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Why Small Businesses Fail: Top 7 Reasons Startups Fail and How to Avoid Failure

Why Small Businesses Fail: Top 7 Reasons Startups Fail and How to Avoid Failure | Startup | Scoop.it

According to statistics published by the Small Business Administration (SBA), seven out of ten new employer establishments survive at least two years and 51 percent survive at least five years. This is a far cry from the previous long-held belief that 50 percent of businesses fail in the first year and 95 percent fail within five years.

 

1. You start your business for the wrong reasons.

2. Poor Management

3. Insufficient Capital

4. Location, Location, Location

5. Lack of Planning

6. Overexpansion

7. No Website

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The Secret to Israel's Startup Success

The Secret to Israel's Startup Success | Startup | Scoop.it
'Silicon Wadi,' the high-tech startup mecca in Israel offers valuable lessons about what it takes to start and run your own business. Here are three key takeaways.

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Ron Sela's curator insight, August 30, 2013 10:24 PM

The Secret to Israel's Startup Success