Winston-Salem, NC is North Carolina’s fifth-largest city. The City of Arts & Innovation, as it is sometimes known, is also home to a number of successful businesses outside of the tobacco industry, including Krispy Kreme, Hanesbrands, and BB&T.
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The key is that they are engaging and actively seek to understand all potential alternative points of view in the decision-making process.
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The purpose of discussions with these constituents begins with validation but ultimately includes the potential of funding your startup.
One or two of every ten investments bring most of the returns to the portfolio of an angel investor, and it’s difficult to determine which of the companies will provide the returns.