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Here’s the Life Cycle of a Startup, and Where Most Startups Fail

It’s crucial you know about this before you invest in startups

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Startups tend to follow a pretty predictable life cycle. While there is no guarantee for success at any stage of any business, you can generally anticipate risk by knowing this cycle. Obviously, this isn’t determinative of anything but this is definitely something that I keep in mind when I…




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Caleb Naysmith

Caleb Naysmith

I am a Law School student, Army Officer, and I write about Startups and Equity Crowdfunding! Top Writer in VC, Investing, Innovation and Startups. 175,000 Views

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