Entrepreneurial ventures most often fail due to one (or more) of the following common issues: inadequate sales, competitive weaknesses, excessive operating expenses, and uncollected receivables.

Exceptions to the failure rule include:

  1. High potential ventures
  2. Threshold concept
  3. Promise of growth
  4. Venture capital backing

Check out our article on how to perform a SWOT analysis to get a clearer sense of where your business really stands.

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