In startups, there are lots of tough calls to make, and there’s no rule book to tell you what’s right and what’s wrong. But when time is against you, how to you figure what you need to do, and what you don’t, so you can keep the ball rolling? In this episode, with just one week to go until customer demo day, the founders are under the pump, and for Jess from Neighbourlytics, the road to success is still looking pretty unclear.
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