A new study by McKinsey & Company and The New York Times finds that entrepreneurs and start-ups are getting a lot of attention, and they’re doing great.
But, it also reveals some obstacles they may be struggling with.
“The opportunities are enormous.
There are more than 100,000 companies that have been founded in the past decade, and half of those have been based in the United States,” McKinsey GlobalFounders Chief Investment Officer David Hochberg said in a statement.”
We are seeing some of these companies, and the fact that there are so many opportunities to get into these businesses is a testament to the incredible success of the U.S. startup ecosystem.”
Hochberg and coauthors, Sarah E. Smith, Sarah S. Gavilanes and Stephen W. Fischhoff, conducted a study called Opportunities Spotting Entrepreneurs (OSPEE), which analyzed the data from a sample of over 1,200 companies, starting and existing in the U, UK, Australia and New Zealand.
The research was done between the end of 2015 and January 2016.
The authors looked at the companies’ growth, their growth trajectory, and their current financial performance.
They also examined how they are handling their growth and the types of companies they are trying to build.
“Many of these organizations have very, very ambitious targets, and that’s what makes them unique.
They are focused on a particular product and are very much focused on growing and building a brand,” Hochburg said.”
This kind of focus and that focus, I think, makes them really strong.”
The study also examined the challenges that entrepreneurs faced in the early days of their businesses.
It looked at their ability to build a customer base, grow a brand, build relationships, and grow their business.
In a study done by McKinsells in 2015, the McKinsey researchers found that the average startup was $15 million in debt, with an average revenue of $1.6 million.
This was up from $3 million in 2015.
The average growth was 2.4%, with growth of 9% per year.
The McKinsey study also found that an entrepreneur who failed to make it to the top of their target list would likely face a financial hardship and a lot more work in the future.
It also found entrepreneurs with an annual revenue of less than $10 million would face a much harder time.
The researchers also looked at why companies were successful or failed.
They found that while some industries, such as the finance, were dominated by women, the tech industry was dominated by men.
“While the tech sector is dominated by male founders, there is much more diversity among the technology industry than there is in the finance sector.
The finance sector is also dominated by the financial services, and I think the technology sector is much better equipped to support women,” Hock said.
The findings were published in the December 2016 issue of the McKinsell Report, and can be found on the company’s website.