Innovation Evolution: Why Do So Many Start-ups Fail? – Part 2

April 23, 2015 by Bonnie D. Graham 0

The buzz: Startup fever.

Whooosh! That’s the sound of eager start-ups roaring out of the gate with commitment and passion. Thud! That’s 90%+ of those startups failing. Why? Perhaps they misread the market, ran out of cash, chose the wrong team. How can we boost the hit rate and spread the entrepreneurial spirit beyond Silicon Valley, India, Israel, and other startup-friendly environments?

The experts speak.

Suraj Sudji, SAP Startup Focus: “Only the paranoid survive.” (Andrew S. Grove)

Professor Rajeev Srinivasan, India Panel of Intellectual Property Rights: “Two issues: the ability to take a new idea to market, and the ability to protect your intellectual property, seem to be the biggest problems with current startups.”

Lakshman Pachineela Seshadri, SAP: “Innovators need a heavy dose of faith. They need to trust their intuition that they are working on a big idea. That faith need not be blind.” (Prof. Clayton Christensen)

Join us for Innovation Evolution: Why Do So Many Start-ups Fail? – Part 2

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