Insights from an entrepreneurial enterprise


Insights from an entrepreneurial enterprise

Most start-up businesses are established by entrepreneurs who are willing to take full responsibility for their business – they are agile and determined to succeed through hard-work, they innovate, make decisions quickly and don't have the same legacy issues of larger businesses.

In contrast, established businesses can often run more efficiently – they have a level of financial stability and a culture for managing risk that allows them to grow.

Balancing the best of these entrepreneurial characteristics with those from larger enterprises is the key to growing a scalable and sustainable business.  

Macquarie's guide to entrepreneurial enterprise shows you which of the key characteristics you need to balance in order to succeed.

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