Forget What They Told You About Building Startup Teams. Look at Data Instead


One of the most widespread rules of thumb in the venture industry is about the number of startup founders. It implies that an optimal number of founders is 2 or 3, startups with a solo founder are OK-ish, startups with 5 or more founders are rotten. Is this belief based on a solid foundation? It’s not. CrunchBase data indicates the opposite: the more founders a startup has, the better its chances are to raise money and have an exit.

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