Serial entrepreneur Austin Stofer has the battle scars that can come from being squeezed and stretched through what can seem like a venture capital torture chamber. He knows first-hand how draining it can be to focus the limited resources on pitching investors, having been promised money only to be “ghosted,” not hearing from the investors after the marathon dance ended. “We got burned, and we aren’t alone,” he said. It is perhaps for this reason that Stofer is seeking to level the . . .