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Here's your chance to learn from their mistakes as we look back at memorable tech startups and why they failed to gain traction.
"After several months of testing and refining, we reasonably concluded that we were executing well and collecting good data — it told us that there wasn’t enough demand to support the cost model,"Outbox says in a statement.
"It’s incredibly frustrating to try and try and try, and when you finally start to get some good traction you fall off a cliff," says Nikki Durkin
"At the time, I really believed there was a chance we were doing something that would sell. And I couldn’t have been more wrong," says Ivaylo Kalburdzhiev
"The bottom line was that we didn’t build something that enough people wanted," says Schuyler Deerman.
"I had run out of ideas on how to turn things around, how to make people buy our product," says Michal Bohanes.