Starting something is hard. In this era of failing economies and high unemployment rate, individuals are constantly been pushed out of constricting boxes to turn ideas into commerce. Investing your time, money, human capital and other resources into a business and not seeing the results you’re looking for can be a hard blow not just to business owners, but workers who shared in the vision and invested their all into it too.
There are a number of reasons which can cause start-up businesses to fail, most prominent of them being money. But it isn’t just that. A lot of other factors can contribute to the failing of a business.
Here are 10 reasons why your start-up may be failing (and it’s not about money)