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Whether or not a startup works from an office may not matter to most venture capitalists. But some investors — including Keith Rabois of Founders Fund and Lux Capital co-founder Josh Wolfe — agree with Tesla’s Elon Musk that winning teams meet in person. Some VCs say they specifically want to fund st...

Whether or not a startup works from an office may not matter to most venture capitalists. But some investors — including Keith Rabois of Founders Fund and Lux Capital co-founder Josh Wolfe — agree with Tesla’s Elon Musk that winning teams meet in person. Some VCs say they specifically want to fund startups that meet in the office, or IRL.

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great piece by @Levitskyyy + @protocol