Startup or Corporate Life: What Do You Prefer?

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The world is adapting to new trends and culture every day. There is an entry of new culture in food, clothing, fashion and even the business world. Following the old system of business-setup is now slowly getting outdated. Entrepreneurs are taking up space in almost every sphere and having their own startups.

 

What is Startup Culture?

 

Startup promotes the entry of new and fresh ideas in the market and gives equal space to each one. Startup culture is basically a trend or a pattern which is developed in the entrepreneurs' world.

To know more about what startup culture exactly is, read on the below link:

 https://searchcio.techtarget.com/definition/startup-culture

https://www.wired.com/insights/2013/09/how-do-you-define-startup-culture/

https://www.employeeconnect.com/blog/what-is-startup-culture/

https://www.the-itfactory.com/startup-knowledgebase/en/article/what-is-a-startup/

 

Aspects of Startup Culture

 

It takes a lot of courage to stand out of the crowd. Taking up risks is the biggest step in entering the startup culture. To know more of its aspects, read : 

https://www.rocketspace.com/tech-startups/the-7-characteristics-successful-startups-share

https://www.scvedc.org/blog/10-characteristics-of-a-successful-startup

 

Difference between Startup Culture and Corporate Culture

 

Coping up with new trend might be difficult for people. So to compare and know exactly what is the difference between the age-old culture and the new one, read :

https://online.hbs.edu/blog/post/startup-vs-corporate-culture

https://www.nowofwork.com/insights/corporate-vs-startup-culture

 

Startups are basically the new setups by young minds with fresh ideas about things that have not yet hit the market. Joining startups or going with the old trend of corporate culture depends completely on an individual’s decision. 

The world is very fast at adapting changes and new trends. There have been a number of startups in the world since the introduction of this startup culture. Following are some of the best examples to read about:

https://www.ventureatlanta.org/startup-culture/

https://angel.co/job-collections/52-best-startup-companies-to-watch-out-for-in-2020

 

We, at OpenGrowth, are constantly looking for trending start-ups in the ecosystem. If you want to know any further information about the startup ecosystem, then do let us know in the comment section below. 

 

About the Author: Amrita Sinha

Amrita is an aspiring media student, who has a deep inclination towards writing and public speaking. She has the aim of cleaning out stereotypical thoughts from society. She loves to read and photography is her passion.

 

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