I'm constantly bombarded with junk email about investor pitch nights, or fundraising 101. You see founders who proudly list how much their past companies have raised.
But I rarely see anyone in the tech startup world talk about how profitable their company is - not how much revenue, but how profitable. Profit doesn't even really seem to be pushed as that much of a priority in any of the founder education series that I see.
I have my own theories, but am curious to hear your thoughts about why fundraising is given higher importance in the tech scene than profitability?