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Should you bother with VC funding...the numbers suggest no

Should you bother with venture capital funding...the numbers suggest no?


By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 20 August 2014 ) The scramble that many startups make to secure venture capital funding may be detrimental to the budding business's health.

In fact John Mullins, writing in Havard Business Review's blogs, makes the point that the vast majority of successful entrepreneurs never take any venture capital
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