October 21, 2014  
 
  Entrepreneurs  
  Small Business Failure  
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Why do businesses fail? It's well known that the failure rate for small businesses is high. In these articles, we take a look at business failure rate statistics and examine the reasons why small businesses fail and how entrepreneurs can protect against failure.

Small Business Failure

  • Pitfalls in Small Business - What are some of the rookie mistakes people make when starting a small business? Several things can often go overlooked and cause some growing pains in small business.
  • Why Small Businesses Fail - The best way to avoid failure is to understand failure. Learn why most small businesses fail and then take steps to ensure that your new business will be the exception to the rule.
  • Avoiding Unnecessary Risk - Entrepreneurial ventures are risky, but some tend to be much riskier than others. Many fall victim to several psychological biases that can skew judgment. Knowing how to avoid succumbing to your personal biases can help you and your business avoid taking unnecessary risk.
  • Avoid Common Business Mistakes - The common ways businesses fail can be overcome with advice on how to avoid common new business mistakes.
  • Don't Let Business Die Young Part 1 - It might seem negative to think about the possibility of failure when you're starting up a business. But by doing so you are more likely to be able to avoid the main pitfalls that put many well-intentioned concerns out of action. Once again, just as deadly sins come in batches of seven, so too do the reasons businesses fail.
  • Are You a Slow Learner in Business? - Wonder why you can't seem to progress your business or keep coming across the same hurdles? It might mean you're making the same mistakes over and over. Slow learning = slow profits or no profits at all. Let's change that:

  • Business Failure - Why do businesses fail? The main reason is that the business owners didn't take the time to learn why most businesses fail before they ventured into starting a new business.
  • Small Business Failure Rates - Interested in small business failure rates? When it comes to how often startup businesses fail and how long it takes to fail, it's difficult to separate fact from fiction. But it is possible to determine what leads some businesses to succeed while others fail.
  • The Root Cause of Failure in Entrepreneurship - It is a well-known fact that all ninety-five percent of businesses fail within the first five years of inception. This article will take a look at some of the common pitfalls to succeeding as an entrepreneur and what to avoid when going through those first five years.
  • Bad Management Decisions - Decisions maybe bad or good depending on how well they help to achieve your goal. But there are some things to keep in mind and to avoid while making a sound decision.
  • 4 Irritating Habits of the Entrepreneur Next Door - New entrepreneurs often beat their chests about what they know and what they can accomplish. This can be annoying enough to want to keep you out of social circle or business networking. Here are a few hints.
  • Don't Let Business Die Young Part 2 - : It might seem negative to think about the possibility of failure when you're starting up a business. But by doing so you are more likely to be able to avoid the main pitfalls that put many well-intentioned concerns out of action. Once again, just as deadly sins come in batches of seven, so too do the reasons businesses fail.
  • Don't Let Business Die Young Part 3 - It might seem negative to think about the possibility of failure when you're starting up a business. But by doing so you are more likely to be able to avoid the main pitfalls that put many well-intentioned concerns out of action. Once again, just as deadly sins come in batches of seven, so too do the reasons businesses fail.
  • Is Your Franchise Company Struggling? Part 1 - Business people who opted to buy franchises may have done so believing they were the safer of many options. But the economic slump had a devastating effect on businesses of all kinds, and this didn't exclude franchises. So how do you know if your franchiser is in ill health?
  • Is Your Franchise Company Struggling? Part 2 - Business people who opted to buy franchises may have done so believing they were the safer of many options. But the economic slump had a devastating effect on businesses of all kinds, and this didn't exclude franchises. So how do you know if your franchiser is in ill health?
  • Has Your Business Been Struggling? - you want to significantly increase your market share, enter new markets, eliminate barriers to foreign markets, or just generate higher revenues in a shorter amount of time? If so, forming a joint venture might be just what your business needs to get it to the next level.
  • Why Your Business is Stagnating Part 1 - Have things ground to a halt with your small business? Then something's jamming up the works good and proper. Have you ever considered that it might be you?
  • Why Your Business is Stagnating Part 2 - Have things ground to a halt with your small business? Then something's jamming up the works good and proper. Have you ever considered that it might be you?

 

 

 

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