Behind The Scenes Of Failed Indian Startup
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Behind The Scenes Of Failed Indian Startup

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Bangalore: Hundreds of techies nowadays are moving on from working for a company to start their own company. While a lot of them are noticeable in the market and a few of them have reached the heights of glory and success, some start-ups fail pretty badly.



Lessons to build an enterprise can not only be derived from successful companies but also from those which fade into the oblivion. Thenextweb.com has listed the lessons from failing attempts of today’s aspiring entrepreneurs that can be used to save your startup.



Here are the lessons that caution you against some perilous mistakes.



1. Not getting your language right



It is very important to first decide the coding language that you are going to keep as a base of your startup. In case you want to start a web startup, then it is important that you start learning and honing your skills on the web designing and web programming tools. For a startup that designs applications on a particular platform, then you need to learn the particular platform based programming languages. Otherwise, you might end up wasting a whole lot of time on learning languages when you are supposed to get all set up.



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1: A bit of reality check is always required before starting a company..
Posted by:raman - 31 May, 2012
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