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  • Research shows investors value an entrepreneur’s willingness to learn more than business acumen

    Quartz - 12/08/2016

    Several academic studies have demonstrated the impact coachability can have on an entrepreneur’s chances of securing funding. A 2010 study led by Cheryl R. Mitteness, an assistant teaching professor of entrepreneurship and innovation at Northeastern University, showed that coachability influences whether angel investors recommend moving forward with a company after a pitch.

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