Nowadays, entrepreneurship is a popular path, and the barriers to launching a company are lower than ever. What used to cost millions of dollars in servers for tech startups now has been reduced to $5,000.
Additionally, legislation is changing up the entire landscape of fundraising – from the way you are able to advertise your raise on venues such as Twitter or LinkedIn to (soon) being able to receive outside capital from investors that don’t qualify as accredited (only 1% of the US qualify).
There is no doubt that the entrepreneurial life is glorified, and in our time of equity crowdfunding for startups at RockThePost, we’ve seen many misconceptions about startup life that aspiring entrepreneurs hold to be true. Here are the 15 Startup misconceptions we see the most.Featured Posts, Updates and tagged entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, featured, startups. Bookmark the permalink.