A “Do and Don’t” Guide for Start-Up Companies
The image of the connected young adult has somehow become a prevalent reminder that we are currently living in a world where bright ideas can flourish and bring immense wealth to the people that generate them. We have passionate individuals starting small businesses in their basements, entertainers building their reputation through YouTube, and professionals wanting to start their own BPOs at a minimal yet sufficient budget. These people make up the allure of making it big for a small price. Right now, it seems that anyone can easily become an entrepreneur and we have social media to thank for it. The ease of marketing a business start-up comprises the primary reason why many individuals want to venture into the world of business. All it takes is just a Facebook status update and a Tweet, right? In a Fortune.com article by Erin Griffith, nine out of ten start-up companies fail in the their first few months. Do create a product that people want. Do create effective messaging.
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