Why Startups Fail Newsletter
90% of startups fail – that's a big number!
When it's all too easy to get carried away by startup success stories, nothing is more problematic than hoping to outdo the odds and failing to do so.
Why Startups Fail is a bi-weekly newsletter where curated insights on startup failures and what you can learn from them are delivered straight from Southeast Asia's boutique Business Scalers to your inbox.
Why Startups Fail Newsletter features:
Startup failure stories in Southeast Asia
Case studies, providing in-depth insights on the company's overview, management team, funding, sequence of events, and analysis on the reasons for failure
A quick checklist of learning points to help you in scaling your business
What to Expect:
Bi-weekly failed startups from Southeast Asia, spanning verticals ranging from E-commerce, Fintech, 3D Printing, Gaming and many more in the first six months
BlackStorm Consulting’s unique methodology and data-driven solutions - a growth boutique consultancy firm that specialises in corporate strategy, and market entry in Southeast Asia
Why Startups Fail is a must-read for everyone at any stage of their professional career. Not only a guide to prevent potential failure, but also a roadmap you can trust to startup success.
By subscribing to Why Startups Fail, you get professional analysis and various learning points to help you grow your business. Stay up to date and never miss out; every new newsletter release will be delivered straight to your inbox.
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