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It’s very common for new entrepreneurs to feel apprehension over whether their fledgling businesses will take flight.
But the fear of failure can haunt business builders years into a seemingly successful venture. Pie Face founder Wayne Homshek is proof that the nerves don’t depart after the first year in business.
Currently preparing his business for a $100 million stock market float, it wasn’t so long ago that Homshek was seriously worried about the quirky retailer.
Today, he speaks to StartupSmart to pass on his tips on how start-ups can emerge from the self-doubt.
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