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How I Raised Money for My Startup in 3 Days

I started my first company when I was 25. Here’s how I convinced my seed investors to give me money.

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My investor said to me with a chuckle, “I only invest in gambling, porn and children’s toys.”

I replied, “Well, it’s not quite any of the three, but it’s close enough to the last one. I’m starting something in educational books distribution.”




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