Surprising 2022 Startup Founder Business ConcernsBusiness Advice & Research
Startup founders know how to risk and business concerns. Aside from the risks of even starting their entrepreneurial journey, running a business can be just as, if not more risky. On top of that is the concern for your staff, organizational growth, investors, and more.
Fortunately, many of these risks are predictable. Unfortunately, startup founders are constantly battling unforeseen and external business concerns that can hurt even the most secure of companies. Specifically, digital and social climate risks are affecting startups and their founders more than ever.
Recently, Embroker conducted a survey of 500 business owners and startup founders to find out what they were most worried about when it comes to starting, running, and growing their businesses. In our Big Risks for Small Businesses Report, we break down the 2021 business concerns and challenges facing small businesses and founders.
Big Risks for Small Businesses Report
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Spoiler: It’s not.
To give you a little sneak peek, we’ve broken down the data even further to understand what startup founders’ business concerns are in the infographic below.
Check it out to see exactly what startup founders are thinking about, and what they’re doing to protect themselves.
Surprising Tech Founder Business Concerns
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Tyler Chalk, Senior Account Executive, has been part of the Aviation & Aerospace Insurance Practice since 2015. Tyler sat down with the Embroker Team to share how he helps companies manage risk and customize insurance policies to fit their needs. Read on to learn more about Tyler.
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