(Infographic) The Chances Of Startup Failure Or Success

By on April 19, 2013
Share Button
Startup-Business-Failure-Success

A lot of people nowadays are in hopes of becoming the next quick money making startup, like Instagram or GoodReads, cashing in on Millions or even Billions over night. Well it aint all sunshine and rainbows for everyone who decides to “set up shop”.

This very neat Infographic by staff.com presents the chances of startup failure or success, along with some highly researched results on projection of industries that may have a higher startup success rate in the coming future.

Interesting stuff, Check it out!

 

The Chances Of A Startup Becoming Successful Or Failing

 

Staff.com presents What’s the change a startup business will fail - Infographic
Staff.com – Connecting Great Companies with Global Talent

Share Button

About The Author: Joel Brown

Joel Brown is the CEO and Founder of Addicted2Success.com. With a long time passion for Entrepreneurship, Self development & Success, Joel started his website with the intention of educating and inspiring likeminded people all over the world to always strive for success no matter what their circumstances. Joel’s passion for what he does shows through the continual growth of Addicted2Success.com's online community. Follow Joel Brown on Twitter or keep upto date with him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joelbrownA2S

3 Comments

  1. Shwetank Sharma

    April 24, 2013 at 8:42 am

    yes it is ture..
    e-commerce project are going to one of the biggest industries..

  2. Calrissian Taikun Whitaker

    July 8, 2013 at 12:02 pm

    Most businesses do not succeed because they don’t start and other fail to follow a simple protocol used by all moguls and tycoons.

    1. Gain Intrest
    2. Establish Creditbility
    3. Establish Need
    4. Offer Solution
    5. Have System For Ease Of Transaction

    I teach this protocol to all my clients.

  3. Janine Gilmour (@JanineGilmour1)

    January 10, 2014 at 11:58 pm

    Nice visual. The stats have always been a bit grim, but it’s fascinating to delve into who outperforms them and how they do it. Thanks for shining a light on this topic.

Leave a Reply