David Hua, CEO, Meadow|Mar 29, 2019 We were the first cannabis company to go through YC. They’re now bringing on more cannabis companies within basically every cohort. Just to give a little background, Y Combinator is investing in startups a little differently than their peers. They invest a lower sum ($150K) into many, versus a higher sum into a few. Selected startups for the accelerator move to Silicon Valley for 3 months where they’ll receive mentorship and lots of prep for the pitch on Demo Day.I really do think cannabis is such an amazing vehicle to open up people's perspectives, to help them heal, to give them a sense of themselves that they don't necessarily get to see day to day. This allows them to reflect on themselves as a whole. How it applies to the money making side, it really shouldn't be this zero sum game.
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