Wednesday September 23, 2020

Leanna Byrne: 'Just because you fail doesn’t make you a lousy entrepreneur'

Closing your start-up can actually be a chance to start again

3rd November, 2016
There's no shame in failure Pic: Getty

If you’re a start-up founder, you’ve probably heard the chilling statistic that 90 per cent of start-ups fail.

It’s not a nice statistic to be throwing around, because there’s a terrible stigma around failure when it comes to starting business.

And yet it’s a topic that needs to be talked about. A Bank of Ireland report said that 66 per cent of all start-ups will fail in their...

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