StartupNation’s 3rd Annual Year in Review: Starting Up in 2018

At the end of each year, StartupNation likes to provide its readers with some highlights from the past year. With each passing year, we strive to bring our readers the best content we can possibly curate, and 2018 was no different. Our mission remains the same: to attract, inspire and empower aspiring entrepreneurs by providing the knowledge and resources necessary to start a business.

Below, StartupNation’s editorial staff compiled our 2018 Year in Review, including content from industry-leading contributing writers, researchers, through leaders and best-selling authors. Enjoy our summary, and hopefully you’ll learn something new!

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