Crafting a compelling pitch deck and preparing to answer tough questions from venture capitalists (VCs) can be daunting for any founder. And while you're focusing on what VCs are looking for in a startup, it's easy to forget that the founder-investor relationship is a two-way street. A pitch session isn't just about getting investors excited about your business and keen to be a part of it. It's also an opportunity for VCs "to make a case for why you should trust them or give them a cut of your business," writes Beck Bamberger. Here, she shares the questions five VCs say you need to ask investors to ensure your relationship with them is a partnership.
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