By Young Entrepreneur Council
When you're starting your business, don't forget to establish a long-term quality culture.
Most startups want to achieve rapid growth. However, you can't just scale up your staff and your production output -- you also need to be able to scale your company culture.
As your business expands, you need to continually check in with your leadership team to ensure that they're promoting and maintaining a cohesive culture. This can be easier said than done, but it's essential if you want your company to succeed in the long run.
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