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Marco Rinaldi

Are we destined to fail as entrepreneurs?

The growing number of creative professionals that venture into entrepreneurship raises doubts and concern.

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Noelia Baquerizo
Dec 2017

Hi Marco, Iʼm from Guayaquil and you have no idea how many entrepreneurs there are over here; in fact even I have a project in mind that I would love to launch. However recently I have learned really how much effort there is put into launching your business-which seams obvious-but as designer many times we donʼt consider a lot of aspects of the way a company functions like the financial area. The salary for designers over here is pretty low as well so I think one of the ways we could combat it as a community is set costs for projects, globalize them and stay firm to that price, avoid accepting less just because of the need of a job but staying firm and making your work be respected.

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