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Don Jones

I've seen all types of startups, from the very open to the paranoid. Very few are aware of the due diligence process and how they can create a good impression and beginning of a relationship. Hope word gets out...

Inquisitor

While few startups are familiar with DD and these are very useful tips, I think most early-stage companies are more concerned with getting customers rather than being organized for investors. Every time I see a deal where a company is disorganized, I say, "Wow, if I were starting a company I would do this so much better..." then I think, "Wait a second, no I wouldn't, I would be killing myself to get customers first."

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