Consulting Entrepreneurship

Profile of the Consultant Entrepreneur

Starting a new business is an extraordinary act, carried out despite claims of high failure rates for startups, discouragement by friends and family, and high uncertainty. The conventional wisdom concerning failures of business startups commonly quotes failure rates ranging from 65% by the third year to 90% in the first year.1 How then does anyone dare to start a new business?

Starting a new business is an extraordinary act, carried out despite claims of high failure rates for startups, discouragement by friends and family, and high uncertainty. The conventional wisdom concerning failures of business startups commonly quotes failure rates ranging from 65% by the third year to 90% in the first year.1 How then does anyone dare to start a new business?

About the author

Angelo Kehayas

Angelo is a Public and Key Note Speaker, a Business, Executive and Leadership Coach. He has served at senior level in blue chip companies and has established and run successful ventures in multiple industries. He has designed and delivered corporate development programmes, focused speaking events, and has coached executives, business leaders and entrepreneurs. He specialises in challenging assignments, solving systems problems and facilitating group and team planning sessions. He is certified as a Master Coach, Certified Management Consultant and NLP Practitioner.