All too often I encounter rich investors who believe poor people don’t have money to pay for any services. This kills me because it usually the excuse to not invest in a great startup that can profitably help poor people.
This is why a lot of founders decide to start non-profits instead of tech startups. Investors, please wake up and realize how many very large businesses serve working class America. Many of these are ready to be disrupted.
Also if I have to hear that all college students are poor one more time...
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