If I can give you any startup failure advice, from an entrepreneur and venture capital perspective, after failing in startups more than once, it's this: analyze your failures as quickly as possible, and then do what most entrepreneurs fail to do after they fail — move on.
Move on … move on … move into a positive direction. Start working on your next big thing. Don’t give up. Think of it as playing a startup game. You play the game until you win.
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An entrepreneur and investor, with more than 25 years experience, he's worked with ventures in the technology, internet, media and publishing, entertainment, energy, and manufacturing sectors raising more than $300 million in capital for various companies and investing more than $50 million into startup and emerging ventures. He's sat on the boards of 11 companies, served as editor-in-chief of Futuredex, a private equity magazine. Follow Damir on Google+