Why you should be happy when investors tell you "no"

06/27/2013 | VentureBeat

Hearing the word "no" from an investor can actually be a good thing because it allows you to stop wasting time and begin the search for a new funding opportunity, writes Brian S. Cohen, chairman of New York Angels. Listen closely if an investor tells you why he or she has decided not to fund your startup, and don't take the explanation as an opportunity for debate, he writes.

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