The term ‘startup’, first used about 40 years ago, described a fledgling company just ‘starting’ its journey, or tiny maverick companies with big entrepreneurial ideas. It’s earlier meaning, going back centuries, was a version of ‘up-start’, a person who suddenly rises up to wealth and power, or springs into existence. Either way, the term is evocative of big, bold successes like the Virgin, Facebook, Amazon or Dropbox. The list of failures, sadly, is endless.
This infographic explores some attributes of super-successful startup founders, in order to understand, and establish patterns, of what they did right, or wrong.
Infographic by – insuranceQuotes