• Founders Shouldn’t Doubt Their Own Ability to Scale a Startup

    July 14, 2017
    • Founders Shouldn’t Doubt Their Own Ability to Scale a Startup

    Founders often see themselves as the biggest obstacle to scaling their tech business. They shouldn’t, says Tony Zappalà, partner at Highland Europe.

    When Henry Ford said “Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently”, it was as if he was talking with early stage tech companies in mind. Unlike many other fields, in the startup world founding your second, third or even fourth company is viewed as a badge of honour – and rightly so. If each time you learn from your experience, even if the company in question tanked, you are set fair to get it right next time around. Failure is merely a staging-post along the way.

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