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« As an entrepreneur, be a truth seeker, it will find you investors | Main | Surviving your Start Up's Perfect Storm »

July 06, 2010

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james

Good post. Do you think this also applies to possibly firing an investor (angel/VC)? Probably harder since you have taken their money and are bound together, but many entrepreneurs take investment capital prematurely without really knowing who the investor is and what they have gotten into.

Jud

Enjoyed the post... and it reminded me of our experience (at a software company) of firing a large but abusive customer. They were never satisfied and had churned hours of support and management time. Our support team loved the decision... it was a clear demonstration to them that senior management understood and appreciated their challenges. And, for the next critical situation for the next customer, they were that much more willing to do whatever it took to solve the problem.

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