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Meet the Investor Who Bet Early on Warby Parker, Glossier, and Dollar Shave Club

While most VCs were focused on software, Kirsten Green at Forerunner Ventures saw the potential of the direct-to-consumer revolution

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Kirsten Green speaks onstage at the 2018 Forbes Women’s Summit at Chelsea Pier in New York City. Photo: ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images

UUsually, the pitches from entrepreneurs arrive electronically. Occasionally, they arrive in the mail. At…

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