This Study Reveals the 20 Factors That Predict Startup Failure: Do Any Apply to You?

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You already know that the majority of startups eventually fail. The pervading myth is that between 80 and 90 percent of startups fail within the first few years — and, in reality, it’s not quite that bad.

In fact, the real stats vary, but most are closer to a base line of 50 percent.

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