Estimating your start up costs and getting to grips with cash-flow forecasting can be daunting for any first-time entrepreneur or small business owner, yet a new survey shows it may take less funding than you think to launch a new business. The survey also confirms that successful entrepreneurs have a tenacity and tolerance for uncertainty that helps new businesses thrive despite starting out on a low budget. Andrew Martins shares here key findings from the research, which "sought to understand the cash-flow concerns successful business owners faced when starting their company."
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