I've played a role in founding three startups, but I'd never tackled the trials of fundraising until Roomi. Within a year, I raised $2 million.
Convincing someone to invest in your brainchild is one of the biggest challenges a founder faces, and s olo founders are often perceived by investors as an unsafe bet. In theory, a co-founder doubles your skill set, resources and productivity, and increases accountability and oversight. But b y the time I began fundraising, I'd put a lot of sweat equity into Roomi. It seemed absurd to give away half of my company just to legitimize myself to...
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