Nowadays, everyone knows what a startup is. We’ve all heard the amazing success stories of some of the most dynamic ones, and we’ve also heard about the crash-and-burn failures of those that start with a great idea but end up not being able to execute.
The reasons for failure are varied. Sometimes it’s poor management. Sometimes it’s timing. And some, frankly, might be a little luck. But what distinguishes the failures from the successes is often the tools that they’re able to rely on to do crucial things for them—to manage the customer relationships, to automate when possible. The end result enables the startup generators to spend more time on their product, on engaging with customers, and on building a successful foundation for years, if not decades, to come. So what are those tools and how can entrepreneurs use them? This graphic explains more about them.
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