In today’s business world, new factors count that were unknown to classical entrepreneurship. The dynamics and agility of the individual processes are now a guarantee for the success of the company. Entrepreneurs need to rethink, because tomorrow’s winners are the ones who help shape change and the future. However, small and medium-sized businesses in particular often find it difficult to do so. In the search for a solution, SMEs are therefore increasingly turning to the start-up scene and are trying to learn from the young, innovation-driven founders and adapt their methods to the classic business models.
When you launch a startup, there are many aspects to consider. Especially in the area of startups, every step has to be carefully considered, because inexperienced founders often fail due to some of the basics of business. Even if there are coaches who foresee and help to circumvent the most common mistakes made by most startups, there is one issue that also plays a role in the most sophisticated business model – the question of financing.