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This Is What VCs Talk About 5 Minutes After Founders Finish Pitching

Many founders walk out of pitching meetings thinking, “That went well!” only to be disappointed. Here’s a glimpse at the closed-door conversations that typically follow a pitch. Once they’ve finished pitching investors, many founders leave the boardroom thinking things went well. The venture capitalists in the room nodded politely, said they’d “follow up,” and admitted the business model sounded “compelling.
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