Why Entrepreneurs Fail? Charging too Little

When entrepreneurs go into business their first main objective is to stay afloat and keep their necks above water by competing on price. The misconception that the only way to gain a competitive advantage is many entrepreneurs downfall. This type of strategy might work in the short term but can lead to cash flow problems and even business failure in the long term.

Read more of the 9 reasons entrepreneurs fail: http://teach.ceoblognation.com/2014/01/12/entrepreneurs-fail-9-killer-mistakes/

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One Response to “Why Entrepreneurs Fail? Charging too Little”

  1. John Cameron

    The article makes price its ninth point. You put it where it belongs i the headline. You can’t build a company without resources.

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