Be Careful: Don't Lose That Startup Mentality We talk to young entrepreneurs about how to keep nimble as their company grows.

By Entrepreneur Staff

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Every dusty, musty company was once young. They were once the outsiders and the innovators. But somehow, along the way, they lost their spark and their ability to anticipate changes in their market and industry.

At a recent roundtable, we talked to several founders from our Top 30 Startups to Watch about how to stay nimble as their startup grows and evolves.

Take a look at how these companies approach change and tune back in for the next episode of this five-part video series shot during the last Empact Showcase held at the United Nations.

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Why Business Owners Should Study Improv (Part 2 of 5)

What's Inspiring Emerging Entrepreneurs (Part 4 of 5)

Where Do Great Ideas Come From? (Part 5 of 5)

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