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Marketing on 6th, NYC Support Mentoring for Start-Up Business Owners

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Marketing on 6th call for more businesses to seek out mentors to help them tackle issues that start-up business owners face in their first few years.

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NEW YORK, NY, June 27, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- According to research published on Statisticbrain.com, 25 percent of start-up businesses fail in their first year in business, 36 percent in their second year and 44 percent in the third year; incompetence being the highest risk factor with 46 percent and lack of experience with 30 percent. "These numbers seem discouraging," says Colm Horgan, Managing Director of Marketing on 6th. He therefore recommends start-up entrepreneurs to constantly seek information. "We want to set a great example and encourage more businesses to seek out mentors in order to support start-up businesses in the U.S," adds Colm Horgan.

Marketing on 6th only started business in 2013; however their office has grown from a handful of motivated representatives to a dynamic sales and training force. The firm is now New York's leading event promotions firm with plans to expand into further markets by the end of quarter three this year. Colm Horgan insists that the company's success is in line with their student mentality. "We are encouraging individuals to seek advice from everywhere, be it local independent store owners or global tycoons, speaking with people that already run businesses offer many advantages to budding entrepreneurs. The best business advice comes from those that have real-life experience," explains Colm Horgan.

Event promotions firm Marketing on 6th recommend a seven-part video series that is currently running on Business Zone, which offers advice for budding entrepreneurs about the following topics: 'How to turn a business idea into reality', How to overcome business challenges', 'How to fund your entrepreneurial dream', 'How to successfully pitch your business', 'Which entrepreneurs inspire you?', 'How can businesses ensure customer loyalty?' and 'Your one top tip for business success'.

Due to the high demand of skilled sales representatives all over the globe, Marketing on 6th have developed a Management Training Program for their team. Colm Horgan explains, "As a company we raise brand awareness on behalf of our clients. While our sales team promotes and sells our clients' products and services at the events, they are going through a Management Training Program in order to gain the relevant skills in leadership, the products, the company model, customer service, entrepreneurship and the event marketing industry." Colm Horgan adds, "We want people to understand that they need as many skills as they can possibly gain in all of those areas in order to remain successful. How could they run a business without being able to lead a team or understanding the importance of customer loyalty and how to achieve it?"

Marketing on 6th continuously call for more support for budding entrepreneurs. The event promotions firm has achieved great success over the past year and is preparing to expand into further markets this year and see one of their sales representatives running their new office.

About Marketing on 6th

Marketing on 6th is an event marketing firm based in New York, specializing on Direct marketing solutions.

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