We spoke with Justin Bailey of Fig (since acquired by Republic) about his experience on successfully closing a Series A round. He has some great tips and shares important lessons for founders embarking on their funding journey. Tell me a little bit about yourself and why you founded Fig? I’m Justin Bailey, Founder and CEO of
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