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Corporate fixers are often sought out for their ability to solve complex problems and navigate difficult situations. We are all typically university educated, trained, and experienced in multinationals; due to our years in the business, we are well-connected individuals who can help companies navigate legal, IT, finance, regulatory, and political issues. They may also have expertise in areas such as crisis management, Finance troubleshooting, public relations, and business development. In general, companies look for corporate fixers who can quickly and effectively identify and resolve problems while maintaining a high level of discretion and confidentiality.

We have 20+ years of experience with many start-ups and start-again companies, and here are the top 11 difficulties we deal with and are very skilled in resolving.

There are many common difficulties that startups face. Some of the most common include the following

  1. Lack of funding: Many startups struggle to secure funding to get their business off the ground.
  2. Lack of customers: Startups often have difficulty finding and retaining customers.
  3. Competition: Startups frequently face intense competition from established companies in their industry.
  4. Hiring and retaining talent: Startups typically have difficulty hiring and retaining top talent.
  5. Scalability: Startups often struggle to scale their business as they grow.
  6. Product-market fit: Startups frequently have difficulty finding the right product or service to meet the needs of their target market.
  7. Lack of experience: Startups are regularly run by individuals without much business experience.
  8. Regulation and legal issues: Startups may be unaware of the regulations and legal requirements they must comply with.
  9. Managing cash flow: Startups often struggle to manage their cash flow as they try to grow their business.
  10. Balancing short-term and long-term goals: Startups typically struggle to balance the need to generate short-term revenue with investing in long-term growth.
  11. Internal fight for shares, recognition, and leadership. This kind of struggle is the end of the company if not managed by the partners/ investors.

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