Do you know what percentage of Start-Ups Survive Globally?
Updated on July 22, 2016 in Startups
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“Most start-ups destined to fail” – says Kris Gopalakrishnan, Infosys co-founder.
According to him, only 20 percent of the start-ups manage to survive and amongst those 20 percent, only 5-10 percent succeed in expanding their business globally.
Check out his full interview here: http://goo.gl/PeBVyw

Most startups don’t even get past the first three month smooth running barrier. What mistakes should a startup avoid to sustain itself in the long run?

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My Opinions are here #anita

  • We need to connect our passion and ideas to build our startup or we need to put our passion into a startup.
  • Focus on your customer’s satisfaction is really important than focus on chasing money.
  • Superbly active collaboration in our team will help us to focus on right things at right time.
  • Our Startup needs to change a huge number of people’s life by solving their problems. as per my opinion, if we follow these unwritten rules of startup when building a startup, We have fewer chances to fail.
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This image shows the clear statics about startup survival #anita 

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(source -paul graham’s blog) 
#anita It’s a very interesting question though. by the way The startup’s that survived in the strom and sustain by taping right sweet spot in the right time should have / have bent these unique abilities in their DNA

  • Focus on quality over quantity 
  • Customer first mindset and methodologies 
  • Ofcourse  Team players who passionate and obsessed about what they are doing very important.
  • Continuously innovate and scale the business model to tap correctly and sustain.  
  • Spend as little money as possible

I found this is a interesting read for people who have idea and passion to tap and scale big ideas http://paulgraham.com/ambitious.html

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on July 22, 2016

Interesting points 🙂

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