How A Founder Can Think Like An Investor At The First Outside Round Of Funding

chesssurrender The mean case can cost a founder up to $200k in self-funded investment and up to 24 months before they are ready to test outside funding. It is a nontrivial investment, in both capital and time, to test a hypothesis of product-market fit. And in many instances, a founder can fail to give themselves enough time and runway to reach product-market fit. Read More

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