Why pitching to VCs is the numbers game

A founder’s ‘insight’ is the core ingredient for startup creation. It’s the thing that they know but others don’t yet know. The insight reveals a unique market opportunity that the founder believes they can exploit before others jump in.

The startup’s first product embodies this insight.

To fund the startup, founders must find investors that will embrace the insight and…

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Founder & CEO of UK startup to scaleup advisory firm Duet Partners

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Founder & CEO of UK startup to scaleup advisory firm Duet Partners

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