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Growth Businesses FAQs
Growth Businesses FAQs
Below are some of the most frequently asked questions about the site which will explain most elements of the site fully. If your query is not answered here though, just contact us with your question and we will get back to you.

1. Am I a growth business?
One of the reasons it is difficult to classify a business as start-up, established or growth-oriented in the 21st Century, is that technological changes and the emergence of the global economy mean that a business can be created one day and be on a very rapid growth curve the next. Growth businesses are those that have a product or service, guaranteed to sell and for which there is a significant market that the entrepreneur is seeking to exploit and capture. Growth usually involves one of the following - extra employees, higher turnover, extra premises, extra investment - all of which suggests the need for some form of organisation of the business beyond that required at the start-up phase.

2. How can the founder of the business be a problem for the business?
The founder of the business has a massive impact upon the creation and growth of a business. Your personality, attitudes and preferred ways of behaving will have a powerful influence upon the performance of your business. Most entrepreneurs learn through experience (often painful and expensive) that they are good at some things and not good at others. Most of the evidence suggests that the lead entrepreneur is one of the most common causes of business failure - usually because their preferred style of working is not right for a growth business.

3. How will personal development benefit my business?
If you don't grow, your business can't grow! 

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