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I'm working on writing about different startups and it's difficult to provide large quantities of unbiased information for companies that are so new. If anyone is willing to go in and look in my draft space, It'd be much appreciated. How can I make my work more information-based when a company that has very little corporate history?
The image shown for the financing cycle is in my opinion confusing and also wrong. The Y-Axis should represent revenue, however the red curve seems to indicate profit as otherwise it would indicate that the startup makes negative revenues in the beginning. Furthermore, this would imply that venture capitalists only invests after startups are profitable, which I would disagree with.