Whilst it’s tempting to take funding whenever it’s available, it’s worth considering that the startup that burns twice as bright burns half as long
Given how much is at stake, how can an entrepreneur stave off the stress when seeking investment for their startup?
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As far as initial investment goes, a former employer or work colleague can be a useful first port of call for an entrepreneur. But is it the best approach for all startups?