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Top 4 Reasons Why Startups Fail

If you are planning on starting up a business of your own, there are a lot of things that you must consider. As you will definitely be aware, you will need to do market research, create a business plan [1], evaluate various business models, find a way to fund your startup, brainstorm business ideas, find partners, and many other things., but knowing them is not everything when it comes to startups.
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