Advice for startups on going fully remote: Not so fast

It’s tough to cultivate and maintain a strong corporate culture from employee living rooms, home offices, coffee shops, cars, and closets, says this VC. And it could cost you, in the end.

The big question on every startup CEO’s mind right now: what’s the best way to build now that offices are opening up and remote work is optional, not mandatory?

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