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The CEO of a startup that raised $40 million from Goldman Sachs without a pitch deck explained why companies should hold out on funding as long as possible

Business Insider Thursday, 16 January 2020
The CEO of a startup that raised $40 million from Goldman Sachs without a pitch deck explained why companies should hold out on funding as long as possible· George Azih raised $40 million from Goldman Sachs' merchant banking division in November 2019 for a Series A for his lease-accounting software LeaseQuery.
· It was the first outside investment Azih for the company, which was created in 2011.
· Azih didn't create a pitch deck to raise the round, instead circulating an Excel...
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