Entrepreneurs: Don’t Make These Foolish Mistakes

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There are many things that can trip up entrepreneurs as they look to innovate and disrupt long-established markets or create new categories.

Jim Price, lecturer in entrepreneurial studies, has seen the successes and downfalls of many ventures in his time as a serial entrepreneur and an executive committee member for the Zell-Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies. He writes about some of those lessons and the 12 foolish mistakes entrepreneurs make in a recent post on Business Insider.

“Even if an entrepreneur is doing everything else right, committing even one of these mistakes can seriously damage the startup’s credibility and chances of successful launch,” Price says.

Read the 12 mistakes here

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