Don't Make These Nine Operational Mistakes When You're First Starting Your Business

As a new leader, there’s an exciting sense of accomplishment when you deem your company “open for business.” However, there are multiple decisions left to be made on the operations side that can make a new organization sink or swim. This is especially true if you have employees who are counting on your leadership to grow a successful business.

To share their insights, nine Young Entrepreneur Council members each discuss one common operational mistake leaders make when first starting out that can jeopardize the future of their business. If you’re concerned about your startup’s success, read on to learn how these entrepreneurs recommend avoiding these common errors.

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