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Why This VC Won't Fund Startups That Serve Startups

Beware of launching a company that just serves another one.
Source: Paul Bradbury

As the startup gold rush grows, I’ve noticed a scary trend: Startups with questionable finances are being launched to service other startups with questionable finances. These take many forms, like exclusive property-management software

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