Sal Taddeo: Mistakes To Avoid When Starting A Business

Sal Taddeo is an experienced entrepreneur who has started numerous businesses during his career. Sal Taddeo is the President and founder of Salangi Enterprises LLC, which is a consulting firm, and Sallee Figs, who can be reached at or via the company email at His experience allows him to avoid many of the mistakes that beset novice entrepreneurs when they form their own businesses.

Poor Business Planning

Your business plan must be kept concise, with important information being placed front and center for investors and borrowers to find, but this isn’t an excuse to skimp on the details. Doing so may mean you miss something important that affects the prospects of the company going forward, so pay attention to everything conceivable factor.

Not Considering Marketing

Many new business owners, particularly those operating on limited budgets, fail to put proper marketing plans into place. This means that they struggle to achieve exposure early on, which can lead to the failure of the business if the situation continues. Put aside a specific budget for marketing and examine all of the avenues that are available to you to come up with a plan.

Ignoring Valid Criticism

Always remember that as great as your idea may be, there will always be people who can offer criticism. While some of this will not be useful to you, it is important that you pay attention to all of it. In some cases you may find that criticism highlights issues that you hadn’t previously considered, which allows you to make early improvements to the business.

Sal Taddeo is an experienced entrepreneur. He can be reached by calling 732.864.4147.


About Sal Taddeo

Sal Taddeo grew up in Brooklyn, New York City in the United States of America. He attended Regina Pacis Grammar School and Bishop Ford High School, he then went to the Institute of Design and Construction where he studied courses such as Facility Operations and Project Management, Methods of Construction and Site Safety, Construction Management, and Zoning and Building Law.
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