With the gaining popularity of Entrepreneurship, the start-up culture has gained popularity all over the world. Young people are choosing business over other professions. They find business as a ‘cool’ thing to do over pursuing other jobs and professions to earn their bread and butter. It is definitely not an easy thing to pursue and youngsters know it.
29 years old businessman based in Istanbul, Davoud Ghaffari, is one such example. He is from Iran but after facing back stabbing, language problems, delays, heart break and everything one can imagine, he is now a proud owner of one of the best Iranian restaurants in Istanbul. It is not a small feat to achieve. He says his motivation and will power have kept him going. He has a dream to make biggest casino in the world and he will make it happen.
There are many in the world like Ghaffari who are willing to give business a try over working for others. With support from investors and the government it is still not easy to start a business and it is more difficult to sustain it.
Statistics say that 33% of businesses fail in the first two years, 50% of businesses fail in the first five years and 66% of businesses fail in the first ten years. People like Ghaffari are proving that even though it’s a dog eat dog world out there, still one can sustain if one is determined to do so.