People start companies for many different reasons: to make money, take control of their own careers, change the world and so on. Statistically, 90% of them will fail. Are serial entrepreneurs more likely to succeed?
Without getting too deep into the subject, here’s an interesting chart from an article on this topic in Israel’s Calcalist:
”]Judging by the largest exists in Israel in 2010 (5min,Attenti, Eyeblaster, Convergin, Ioimage and Storwize) where serial entrepreneurs weren’t involved, there is no connection… on the other hand, experience and lessons learned from past mistakes should improve the chances of success. I’ve posted the question on Quora to find out what you think.
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