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Wondering if there's a direct relationship between VC-guided culture (aka "gotta impress the investors") and scarcity of remote work / flexible hours? I've heard of that one a few times directly from founders but IDK if that's more of a urban myth or lighthearted observation... Couldn't teams have the pretty open space only for those happy to use them, or specifically for when VCs visit? Not like investors will randomly visit to check that the whole team is working on-site at every moment... (asking because I'm playing with the idea of going after VC money. Will creating a remote team make everything harder funding-wise?)