Most VCs will never tell you "no". Instead they will keep saying they'll get back to you. They do this so that they don't jeopardize investing in future rounds (in case they made a mistake the first time around by not investing).
What are some ways to learn something positive from these rejections that helps you improve your startup? What questions should we be asking investors in order to get actionable feedback?
Here is what I learnt from being rejected by investors multiple times: