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Starting a business is a risky endeavor. Statistics show that 20% of new businesses fail within the first year, and over 50% fail within five years. However, some entrepreneurs manage to not only recover from business failure, but go on to build hugely successful multi-million dollar companies after early struggles.
Failure, while difficult, presents opportunities for learning that can prove invaluable in future ventures. As entrepreneur and Virgin Group founder Richard Branson has stated, “I have had more failures in my life than I care to remember, but as long as you learn from them then all the failures can be converted into positives.”
Some key lessons that can be gleaned from business failure include:
While each business comeback has unique circumstances, there are shared traits among many entrepreneurs who have recovered from failure to find great success.
Few comeback stories are as famous as that of Steve Jobs. After being forced out of Apple, the company he co-founded, in 1985, Jobs started a new computer company called NeXT. However, NeXT struggled financially and failed to gain traction in the market.
During Jobs’ absence, Apple floundered, coming close to bankruptcy by 1996. That year, Apple bought NeXT and Jobs returned to the helm of the company he started in his parents’ garage.
With Jobs back leading Apple’s team, the company made a remarkable turnaround, pioneering innovations like the iMac and later iPhone that led Apple to become the world’s most valuable publicly traded company. Jobs’ triumphant return remains an inspiration to entrepreneurs recovering from early struggles.
Billionaire Richard Branson is known for his Virgin brand empire today, but his first business venture ended in failure. In 1966, 16-year old Branson launched Student magazine. While the magazine became popular, Branson had taken out substantial loans to fund the startup which overextended him. Three years later, Branson was forced to shut Student down.
Rather than giving up on entrepreneurship, Branson rebuilt with his next venture, Virgin Records, in 1972. Virgin Records proved hugely successful, laying the foundation for the network of over 40 Virgin companies that Branson would launch in the coming decades spanning industries from airlines to healthcare. Branson’s net worth now totals over $4 billion.
Automotive pioneer Henry Ford had a strong vision for bringing affordable automobiles to the mass market through assembly line production. However, his first attempts to launch a car company ended in failure.
Ford’s first company, Detroit Automobile Company, folded in 1901 after less than two years in business without producing a single car. In 1902, his second effort, the Henry Ford Company, also quickly failed with Ford leaving after just one year due to disagreements with financial backers.
In 1903, Ford started the Ford Motor Company, committed to keeping control this time. Initial sales were modest. But the 1908 launch of the Model T proved a game-changer, revolutionizing the auto industry. By 1918, half of all cars in America were Model Ts. Ford became America’s #1 auto manufacturer and one of the nation’s wealthiest business leaders.
For entrepreneurs striving to recover from business failure, there are strategies shared by many of history’s greatest business comeback stories that can aid in forging a path back to success:
Lean into learnings. Thoroughly analyze what went wrong and determine what needs to change – from the business model and market strategy to the management process and team dynamic. Embrace this opportunity for improvement.
Build resilience. Bouncing back takes grit and perseverance. Maintain self-confidence through setbacks. Whether finding mentors or reading about historical comebacks, surround yourself with inspiration.
Innovate boldly. Adopt a startup mindset of creative problem-solving, rather than trying to rebuild the past. Pivot to find blue ocean opportunities ripe for disruption.
Start small, bootstrap. Rather than re-launching with a splash, take an iterative approach focused on sustainable growth. Embrace lean startup principles by testing ideas quickly and frugally.
Forge partnerships. Strategic alliances can provide a launchpad for growth by combining complementary strengths. Whether through licensing deals, channel partnerships, or other arrangements, collaborations can aid recovery.
Obsess over customers. Keep the voice of the customer front and center throughout recovery efforts. Solving real problems for real people is the foundation for any successful business.
Business failure can be emotionally devastating, especially for passionate entrepreneurs who have poured blood, sweat and tears into their startups. However, the most successful business leaders throughout history have stories of rising from the ashes to reach far greater heights.
Recovery takes deep self-reflection, bold innovation, resilience and unwavering commitment. Most of all, it requires maintaining hope and determination even amidst difficult circumstances. By learning from past failures and forging ahead with renewed vision, entrepreneurs can turn comeback stories into reality, building multi-million dollar enterprises after early stumbles. The future is never predetermined by the past.
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