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The traits of successful startups

by Arthur Clough ·

Today, startup businesses are emerging everywhere especially here in Perth, Western Australia. They are flooding the entire marketplaces everywhere. In fact, young men and women are now even advised by their parents, mentors, or sometimes by their schools not to look forward to graduating and eventually land a job, but rather to work as much as possible while in school to make names for them selves by investing their time in startups and business innovations.

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As you can observe these days, stories of startup entrepreneurs and successful business leaders seem to be on the front page of every newspaper and magazine issue, serving as an encouragement or incentive for more people to brainstorm and come up with ideas. And according to those publishers, those ideas are worth investing in.

We are now witnessing several technological breakthroughs. And because of that, we believe that anyone could revolutionise the entire world and open people up to more abundant opportunities. Because of this fact, more funds and resources are being readily made available for the beginning of feasible start-ups and businesses.

However, start-ups face different challenges that most of us don’t know. The truth is launching and maintaining one is not nearly as easy as successful entrepreneurs make it look.

The most common and obvious challenge which startup businesses face is funding. It’s a really dicey issue in the sense that every investor prefers to put their money somewhere they know it will be safest. Hence, they usually invest their money in already established and successful start-ups. So it becomes so difficult for less popular, new start-ups to look for investors.

Another challenge startup businesses face is the lack of innovation. When investors and clients see these, they become reluctant to invest as they generally fail to see the difference between these new start-ups and old ones.

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