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How should You Respond When An Investor Passes On Investing?

I’ve got a lot of experience with investor rejection emails since we had 63 investors pass on investing when we raised our Series A funding. And a whole bunch more passed on investing in us when we raised our Series B funding. That’s a whole lot of practice.

Many investors just never responded after they lost interest in our company. However, many others did respond.

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brett fox

brett fox

I work with startup CEOs to help them grow their businesses . I built several businesses from $0 to >$100M. Learn more at https://www.brettjfox.com

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