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Why do 90% of Startups Fail?
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Why do 90% of Startups Fail?

Most entrepreneurs think they are building the next big thing and are very much confident about their idea. They have a strong belief of having their startup scale up in no time. In reality, over 90% of them fail. So how can you turn your ideas into reality? Are you solving people's problem and making their lives feel better? Most people fail because they make mistakes that they could have prevented. Preventing them will allow to work on things that actually create value for your customers. Want to build a successful startup? Prevent These Mistakes. Mistake 1- Focus only on building and not on customers. Life is too short to build something nobody wants!- Ash Maurya Try to solve a meaningful problem for other people. Most startups fail because they don't under...
8 Challenges Every Startup Founder Faces
Coaching

8 Challenges Every Startup Founder Faces

Are you preparing to launch your starup? Do you have ideas knocking you every now and then? If so then probably you are researching online for new ideas for your venture.But there's another thing you need to be thinking about : the challenges most new startups face and ways to mitigate them. Here is a list of 8 challenges every startup faces. We invite you to share your startup challenges too . So lets get started! https://www.facebook.com/earlypad/videos/2047452578883198/?v=2047452578883198
Funding Series: List of 17 Indian Startups Who Secured Funding (19-Nov to 25-Nov 2018)
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Funding Series: List of 17 Indian Startups Who Secured Funding (19-Nov to 25-Nov 2018)

Earlypad brings you a fresh edition of Funding Series of Indian Startups who secured funding in the week of 19-November to 25-November 2018. Altogether there are 17 startups that could make noise in the Indian startup economy in this week. Out of these 17 startups –Billdesk, Skillbox and MergerWare has secured an undisclosed amount from their investors. Roposo Gurgaon-based Roposo is a unique social media platform where people express visually with homemade videos and photos. · Founded Year: 2012 · Founders: Avinash Saxena, Kaushal Shubhank, Mayank Bhangadia · Funding: Roposo has secured an amount of Rs. 120 Million in series C round of funding led by Bertelsmann India Investments. ShoeKonnect ShoeKonnect is a B2B commerce mobile application designed for needs of t
Funding Series: List of 9 Indian Startups Who Secured Funding (15-October to 21-October 2018)
Funding

Funding Series: List of 9 Indian Startups Who Secured Funding (15-October to 21-October 2018)

Earlypad brings you a fresh edition of Funding Series of Indian Startups who secured funding in the week of 15-October to 21-October 2018. Altogether there are 9 startups that could make noise in the Indian startup economy in this week. Out of these 9 startups – BookmyBai, FarmersFZ and Mynax has secured an undisclosed amount from their investors. myGate Bangalore-based myGate is a mobile-based security management solution for gated premises. · Founded Year: 2016 · Founders: Vivaik Bharadwaaj, · Funding: myGate has secured an amount of Rs. 65 Cr in series A round of funding led by Prime Venture Partners. The startup plans to expand to 10 cities including Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi/NCR and is targeting 10 x growths in 2019 with its funds. Mynvax Bangalore-based Mynva
Funding Series: List of 19 Indian Startups That Raised Funding (26 March 2018 to 1 April 2018)
Funding

Funding Series: List of 19 Indian Startups That Raised Funding (26 March 2018 to 1 April 2018)

As the startup culture is rapidly gaining momentum in Indian society, Earlypad provides a curated list of startups that raised funding during the period from 26 March 2018 to 1 April 2018.  Fynd  Fynd is a Mumbai- based online shopping platform.This ecommerce startup brings the latest inventory of fashion items for men and women. It offers latest trends from the best brands with best price and a quick delivery compared to others. Founded Year: 2013  Founders: Farooq Adam, Harsh Shah, Sreeraman Mohan Girija  Funding: Fynd received an undisclosed funding from global search giant Google through a series C funding round. The co-founders want to use the capital raised to further bolster their growth trajectory.   Huddle  Hu