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It’s lonely out there. You’ve come a long way and are ready for the next stage. As a founder poised for hypergrowth, you’re asking critical questions:
Often, the most talented, dedicated, and hardworking founders haven’t realized their potential yet – simply because they don’t have the right people who push them to think beyond their limits.
We are entrepreneurs first, with decades of experience as founders and investors including venture capital – our team knows how to launch a company into hypergrowth. Are you ready?Learn more
At this stage you are going through an important transition. From the founder doing all the selling to growing a team and scaling a go-to-market operation. The key to growth is removing friction and knowing how to unleash your product into the world. As a venture capital firm, this is Refinery’s playbook to help you build a foundation for scale.
Define the category that you will own.
Create efficient customer acquisition strategies.
Develop strong forecasting, budgeting, and team objectives.
Build an elite, high-performance culture and recruiting capability.
Our team has helped companies from healthcare and human capital to media and marketing. We provide the venture capital investment and support they need during one of the most critical stages of growth, including Series A funding. As a progressive venture capital firm, we give guidance to help founders propel their idea forward.
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The Business Partnership Award recognizes a business or organization that supports the Linder College of Business and local communities. This year’s event coincides with the 25th anniversary of UC’s Center for Entrepreneurship.
Our venture capital investors are drawn to founders who bring unique insights to tough problems that have the potential to transform our world. The good news is, you don’t have to move to Silicon Valley. After all, pioneers like the first astronaut to walk on the moon were made in small places like Wapakoneta, Ohio.Read our CEO stories
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