Американ, где то читал ( для патриоида фейк, для либероида истина), такую статистику про открытие бизнеса, не важно какого, ИП, магазинчик, ларёк, мастерская, офис "рога и копыта"... : В России на одно открытие закрываются два, 75% закрываются в течении года после открытия. Из оставшихся - 50% закрываются в течение трех лет.
А как с этим обстоят дела в США?
GENERAL STARTUP STATISTICS
69 percent of U.S. entrepreneurs start their businesses at home.
According to the National Association of Small Business’s 2017 Economic Report, the majority of small businesses surveyed are LLCs (35 percent) followed by S-corporations (33 percent), corporations (19 percent), sole proprietorships (12 percent), and partnerships (2 percent).
51 percent of people asked, “What’s the best way to learn more about entrepreneurship?” responded with “Start a company”.
SMALL BUSINESS OWNER STATISTICS
Who’s starting small businesses today? Here’s a look at small business owners:
73 percent identify as male; and
25 percent identify as female.
50-59 years old: 35 percent;
40-49 years old: 25 percent;
60-69 years old: 18 percent;
30-39 years old: 14 percent;
18-29 years old: 4 percent; and
70+ years old: 4 percent.
High School / GED: 33 percent;
Associates Degree: 18 percent;
Bachelor’s Degree: 29 percent;
Master’s Degree: 16 percent; and
Doctorate: 4 percent.
Reason for starting business:
Ready to be his/her own boss: 26 percent;
Wanted to pursue his/her passion: 23 percent;
The opportunity presented itself: 19 percent;
Dissatisfied with corporate America: 12 percent;
Laid off or outsourced: 6 percent;
Not ready to retire: 6 percent;
Other: 5 percent;
Life event such as divorce, death, etc.: 3 percent.
White/Caucasian – 71 percent;
Hispanic/Latino – 6 percent;
Black/African American – 7 percent;
Asian/Pacific Islander – 11 percent;
Other – 5 percent.
82 percent of successful business owners did not doubt they had the right qualifications and proper experience to run a company.
STARTUP FAILURE RATE STATISTICS
Of all small businesses started in 2014:
80 percent made it to the second year (2015);
70 percent made it to the third year (2016);
62 percent made it to the fourth year (2017);
56 percent made it to the fifth year (2018).
Given those numbers, a bit more than half of all startups actually survive to their fourth year, while the startup failure rate at four years is about 44 percent.
Top 10 causes of small business failure:
No market need: 42 percent;
Ran out of cash: 29 percent;
Not the right team: 23 percent;
Got outcompeted: 19 percent;
Pricing / Cost issues: 18 percent;
User un-friendly product: 17 percent;
Product without a business model: 17 percent;
Poor marketing: 14 percent;
Ignore customers: 14 percent; and
Product mistimed: 13 percent.
STARTUP FINANCE STATISTICS