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Getting venture capital funding is a constant game of selling, and it's far easier to sell yourself if independent third-party experts rave about you.
That corner booth at your next trade show could bring more revenue your way.
Investors and founders both sense the venture funding pool is drying up. If you're raising money, take every dollar you can when you can.
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Ever hear how the founders of Airbnb sold 'Obama O's' and 'Cap'n McCain's' fictitious cereals to help fund their startup?
The company's president blamed competition from ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft, among other factors.
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