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Trust in Business | Joshua Konowe | TEDxTauranga
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Added Oct 3, 2016
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Starting a company can be a high stakes affair. And the vast majority of startups collapse in the first 12-18 months.

The development of mistrust between owners is cited as the number one reason for failure in new businesses.

So if trust is the currency of startups, how can a group make sure they’re flush in order to avoid the unavoidable?

Joshua Konowe is a highly successful and awarded entrepreneur with a history of building businesses from the ground up and driving value for both customers and investors.

Joshua is a judge at Georgetown University’s entrepreneurial MBA program, a mentor at the Founder Institute, and volunteers at the Children’s Science Center, a non-profit in Washington DC.

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