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Corporates beware — investing in startups is a different ball game

Let’s talk about how corporates, even those with the best intentions, can end up hurting promising startups.

It is a known fact that investing in startups is not the same as buying shares in the open market, nor is it the same as investing in established…

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Mathilde Kverneland

Mathilde Kverneland

Into cool startups and interesting facts, also Investment Manager @Arkwright X

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