CLICK TO PLAY CLICK TO LISTEN ON ITUNES In Today’s Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Rachel went from founding a company that created one of Oprah’s “favourite things” to reinventing the way parents shop for their children today? Where does Rachel see many make mistakes in the fundraising process?
2.) Why does Rachel believe that “fundraising is like dating”? 3.) How does Rachel think about capital efficiency with the evolution of her business?
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What does Elad believe are the reasons to avoid IPOing? Items Mentioned In Today’s Show: Elad’s Fave Book: Ben Horowitz, Andy Grove As always you can follow Harry, The Twenty Minute VC and Elad on Twitter here!
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Elad Gil is the Founder @ Color, the startup that shows you your genes can help you make better health decisions.
They have raised over 2m in funding from the likes of General Catalyst, CRV, 8VC, Aaron Levie and more incredible names.
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