This 35-year-old walked away from Google to start a robotics company that's raised $16 million — here's his best advice for building a company in just one year
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Security robotics company Cobalt raised $13 million in a Series A round of financing this year, despite putting together a pitch deck the night before meeting with VCs.

Cobalt's CEO Travis Deyle said the company wowed investors because it was able to deliver on two goals.

Deyle set out to have a product on the market within the first year and land a paying customer before building anything.

Raising venture capital for a startup is no cakewalk. There are high stakes, probing questions from...

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