the ceo magazine, small business,
Jenny Q. Ta, CEO, Sqeeqee
Businesses fail for all sorts of reasons: poor planning, lack of cash flow, not understanding the market, treating customers poorly and much more.
As a successful entrepreneur, author and CEO of Sqeeqee, the first-of-its-kind social networthing® site, I have found that these are the five common mistakes that entrepreneurs make:
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Michael Munsey, VP, Eagle Ford Oil & Gas

Has starting up your own business ever crossed your mind?  Do you consider yourself an entrepreneur?  I consider myself an entrepreneur, but I do not always want to view myself as an entrepreneur.  With experience and success I hope to transition from an entrepreneur to an investor that supplies capital and experience to help young entrepreneurs get started.   Starting up a business can be exciting due to the anticipation of the success you plan to experience along with the perceived freedom that comes with starting up a business.

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Peter Champe

When I created a new and better nasal aspirator to ease our son’s chronic nasal congestion, I didn’t really know what it meant to start a business.  Now Baby Comfy Nose is available in 7800 Walgreens stores nationwide and the larger baby products company, Baby Comfy Care is expanding. There are many things I wish I had known before starting this venture and although I’ve managed to muddle through various challenges, I would have been better off, and perhaps you will too, by considering these points.



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