Y Combinator accepts less than 10% of its applicants for each cohort. Being that it’s competitive and your company has to be ready for seed stage investing, what can you do if you are rejected for this cohort?
First, let’s realize that there are a few reasons you may not have been chosen.
If your founders believe all three of these are investable, perhaps the reason they rejected your application was simply because 9 out of 10 don’t get accepted into the cohort.
Where do you go to find the information, mentorship, and education you need to scale? Your Startup Coach, Royce King, has worked with more than 200 startups, written pitches pitched to Shark Tank, and can coach you to create a scalable and profitable business model.
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