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The Startup Graveyard shows budding entrepreneurs how easily it can all go wrongThe term "startup" is often seen as synonymous with disruptive business culture, huge investment and, ultimately, runaway success. There's good reason for this: you simply don't hear as much about companies that don't succeed. Looking to put that right is an online crypt where you can go and pay your respects to the businesses that didn't quite make it.
Pay your respects to dead tech companies at the Startup GraveyardAn innovative idea. Funding. Hype. Positive press. Kick-ass leadership, and a talented technical team. All of these things are vital for startup success. But they don't guarantee it. There are lots of companies that looked promising, but ultimately collapsed under the weight of their own aspirations, or because they lacked a decent business model.
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The Startup Graveyard Helps You Remember Failed Startups And Learn From Their MistakesIn today's startup economy, about half of new businesses will fail by their fifth year, be it from leadership issues or simply a bad product. Why not pour a cold brew out and memorialize these fallen soldiers? That's exactly what Startup Graveyard aims to do.