Nov 25, 2017

Welcome to the startup jungle

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Most new companies fail. What does it take for young entrepreneurs around the world to thrive in a startup hub?

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Over the past two decades start-ups have changed the world. Multi-billion dollar companies like Google, Facebook, and Uber have shown the transformative power of entrepreneurship.

Today, innovators dream of their idea becoming the next big thing. But the odds are stacked against them. In America alone, 80% of startups will fail. In startup hubs around the world young entrepreneurs are desperate to prove they have what it takes to succeed. But what does it really take to survive?

HoloMe is one of half a million companies to start up in Britain every year. The nations capital is a leading hub of innovation, inspiration, and creative energy. In London, and in cities world wide it’s the age of the entrepreneur.

Startups are championed by governments who see them as key to building a dynamic economy, but the competition is cut-throat. To succeed, you’ve got to really believe in your product.

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