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Every 'No' Is One Step Closer to a 'Yes'

Persistence and outpacing competition are major elements of company growth.

May 14, 2019 2 min read

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Energize Ventures is a venture fund dedicated to investing in digital technologies that make energy in industries more affordable and reliable. Amy Francetic, the managing director of Energize, sat down with Entrepreneur Network partner BizCast to discuss the challenges related to finding investors for the fund.

One of the most important things that investors look for, Francetic says, is a team with a good track record. Organization is also a key element, and following up without letting leads go dry is extremely crucial.

Francetic also mentions the importance of knowing how to deal with rejection – she explains that each “no” is a step closer to a “yes.” 

To find out more about Energize Ventures, watch the full video.

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