Being an entrepreneur is difficult. Yet some start-up and growth-stage companies do more than survive — they thrive. Experts from Wharton and GE Capital reveal that business success often doesn’t depend on stunning innovations but instead on common-sense business practices such as embracing change and choosing the right partners and board members.
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