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Startups and Investors: Which Comes First?

Issued: November 30 2018

Raising money goes hand-in-hand with a startup company, right? Entrepreneurs and investors alike at the recent Licensing Executives Society (USA and Canada) annual meeting say that might not always be the best choice. Gregory Glass reports from Boston.

 

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