While the majority of entrepreneurs do not communicate, those that do keep their investors informed of their business are consistently more successful – a 2016 study by the Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs at the University of Texas reports 83% of startup investors and advisors feel companies that communicate are better performers.

Without standardized, consistent information, investors are left to “pick winners”, resulting in mediocre returns.

1. Opening paragraph
This is where we’ll briefly summarize the biggest wins or highlights of the month. We try to keep this
section to a maximum of 3 or 4 short sentences.

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