7 Things to do to Transition From a Startup to a Young Company

ANIRUDH GUPTA | December 10, 2018

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It takes the same amount of thinking to achieve a goal whether it is big or small. However, everything is to be done in phases as resources are also critical to achieving the dream. The Current US President symbolizes that line of thinking. It is reflected in his quote made several years ago.   It is important to identify the key trends in your industry for the future and then look at informed decisions. It helps to identify potential roadblocks to one’s goals and put things in perspective at a drawing board stage. For eg: In the quick-service restaurant space, scalability is an issue. Many companies have not transitioned from a startup to a young company in this space.  Those who seek counsel have a better chance to succeed as the counsel builds in a realistic view on the likelihood of the expectations panning out on the ground. This helps avoid bad decisions which can contribute to permanent loss of Capital at an entity level and builds upside over a period of time.

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