Embarking on a journey of a start-up is a very difficult decision for any entrepreneur. There are lots of factors which are involved in the start-up commencement. From that 'very big and unique idea' to financial management, from the marketing of the product to business development and from research to competitor's analysis, everything is challenging for an entrepreneur.
Once the founders get over the initial excitement of doing something on their own, the reality of business viability seeps in. That's when the real managerial skills come into play.
Here's the checklist on which every start-up should work so that their business may prosper in the long term.
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