A startup that's not moving forward is falling behind.
We've all seen startups fail. They set out with big dreams and an ambitious plan, but then something must have gone wrong. Perhaps the founders weren't as visionary as they thought or lacked the necessary entrepreneurial skills to take their startup to previously unexplored heights. The point is, startups are risky, and failure is always a possibility — something that most entrepreneurs are aware of.
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Premium Case Study 01: Honestbee
🐝 Honestbee aspired to be Asia's largest online on-demand concierge grocery delivery service and the world's most convenient services marketplace ever! What led to its downfall?
- Headquarter: Singapore
- Period: 2015 - 2020
- Total amount raised: USD 49 million
- Latest Fundraising Round: Series A
The startup world can be scary, but it doesn’t have to be. We launched Why Startups Fail to shed some much-needed light on what it takes to start and scale a startup and, at the same time, educate startup founders on what common mistakes they should avoid.
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