review.chicagobooth.edu | The reality for more than two-thirds of entrepreneurs is that their startups will go out of business within the first few years. Why do so many startups fail, and how do you foster a startup culture without blinding people to the harsh realities of entrepreneurship? Hal Weitzman is joined by Chicago Booth’s Scott Meadow, Waverly Deutsch, and Craig Wortmann (now with Northwestern University) in a panel discussion.
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