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Best practices for raising a VC round  

Chris Dixon:

Once you start pitching, the clock starts ticking on your deal looking “tired.” I’d say from your first VC meeting you have about a month before this risk kicks in. You could have a great company but if investors get a sense that other investors have passed, they assume something is wrong with your company and/or they can wait around and invest later at their leisure.

Read the whole article carefully if you are thinking of raising a round.

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