Founder Starts His Climb From the Bottom in the StartupLife Series
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Pitfalls are part of any start-ups journey and the Taco Stacker founder is no exception. The last we saw him in our series, the founder just lost his partner, funding and office space. Get caught up on what he's doing now and see how much you may have in common his story.
The only positive aspect of being in the dumps is knowing that you're not there alone! Looks like Banana Stacker's risk didn't payoff. Have you ever celebrated your competition's shortcomings?
The two words that can fix everything: "I'm sorry!" Would you forget the past and move forward or is this too big of a hurdle to pass? Whatever the choice, these two pioneers are starting fresh.
When starting from scratch after some rough times, it's often best to put the past completely behind you. On the bright side, knowing what you don't want to do is a step in the right direction!
That awkward moment when you learn your target demographic is actually you. The silver lining is that no one can market to you better than you! Would you rather sell your idea to people just like you or completely different?
Sometimes the best method for idea generation is trial and error. As this start-up found out, that can be much easier said than done!
Taking a risk for your start-up is one thing, this is something completely different! These guys are going to stick to the programming from now on.
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