Failure rates are high for both startups and new ventures launched by established corporations. But do these failures follow similar patterns and have comparable causes? What can startup founders and corporate innovators learn from each other about how to anticipate and avoid new venture failure? Join us on April 8 at 4pm ET for a discussion centered on best practices and learning.
Scott Kirsner, CEO of InnoLead (and a longtime Boston Globe columnist on startups), will moderate a conversation about new venture failure with Diego Rodriguez, until recently the Chief Product & Design Officer at Intuit, and Tom Eisenmann, Professor of Entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School and author of the new book Why Startups Fail.
This event is open to both InnoLead members and non-members; upon registering, you’ll be asked to fill out a quick survey related to your perspectives on the causes of new venture failure.
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