What can you learn from being an entrepreneur?

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Ever wondered what it’s like to be an entrepreneur? We asked some of the UK’s most successful start-up founders to answer the question; ‘What has being an entrepreneur taught you?’

In this candid video, you can watch their answers and find out what you can learn from starting a business; including both the good and the bad.

Hear from the creators of Startups 100 companies Syft, Bulb, CEW Communications, The Vurger Co, Craft Gin Club, PlanSnap, Attollo Lingerie and Live Better With, as they discuss how being a founder has taught them things such as patience, resilience, and that the learning process never stops.

Learn more by visiting The Startups 100 index here.

You’ll also find out how important strong company values are to the process of starting a successful business.

As Bulb co-founder Hayden Wood asserts: “You need to really understand why you’re doing what you’re doing and you need to be able to explain that to everyone around you, so that other people in your team and your company can get excited about the mission that you’re on.”

Established by Startups.co.uk in 2008, The Startups 100 ranks the UK’s hottest privately-owned start-ups launched in the last three years and is the longest-running index of its kind in the country.

Sponsored by DCMN with Making Moves London as event partner, the Startups 100 2018 has garnered a reputation for identifying early-stage businesses that will progress to become fast-growth, established brands – and many even household names.

Startups 100 alumni include Notonthehighstreet.com, Naked Wines, PROPERCORN, Huddle, MOO.com, and even Startups.co.uk’s parent company MVF.

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