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10 mistakes made by start-up entrepreneurs

When it comes to starting a business, there’s no surefire formula for success.

Avoiding common pitfalls, however, can improve your chances.

Rosalind Resnick, writing for the Wall Street Journal, shares the top 10 mistakes entrepreneurs make when starting a company, including spending too much time on product development and not enough on sales,entering a market without a distribution partner, and raising too little capital.

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