Character is what you do after a mistake - your startup fix for the week

Everyone makes mistakes and startups are no exceptions. But it's not about mistakes, it's all about what you do after that.

Stephen Inoue once said, “Character is what you do after you’ve made a mistake."

Everyone makes mistakes and startups are no exceptions. But it's not about mistakes, it's all about what you do after that. That's what differentiates successful startups. Remember Myntra's decision to go app-only (followed by Flipkart) in 2015 and how the entire strategy backfired.  But the leadership realised their mistake and corrected it in a few months time. Something which eventually fueled the fashion e-commerce giant to the much needed newer heights.

For more inspiration, we have a bouquet of startup stories lined up for you!

Source : deccanchronicle

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How CamCom found success by pivoting from B2C to B2B

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Vtiger, Your Story

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Ensurity Technologies became a Microsoft vendor with password-less tech

Chakradhar Reddy (CEO) and Rajkumar Kotha (CTO)

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This healthcare financing startup offers instant medical loans at zero interest

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