Will an increase in interest rates reduce startup rates? – Referus


Hello and welcome to Equity, a podcast about beginner business, where we publish numbers and article considerations.

This is Saturday, which means it is not normal the date for releasing the episode. But what if we do not try hard at heart? So, we come back today.

What do we have for you? I brought them Anshu Sharma log on to podcast – and Twitter space, so be sure to follow the podcast, right? – discuss interest rates, technology growth, start-up rates, and how they all fit together. Sharma was the right person to be with her in the program because she was a great tech worker (Oracle, Salesforce), an investor (Storm Ventures, and as an angel), and a founder of startups. So there has never been just a block, but several in the tech world over time.

Referus has covered SkyFlow, its startup, a few times including the latest fundraisers.

Sharma gets some market concerns about rising prices that hurt stock stocks are stupid. His thesis rises to the point of growth on the horizon longer than what a DCF-activated spreadsheet might tell you. That being said, rising prices will have an impact on other startups, such as business ventures in the medium term, so there was a lot to chew on.

We try to keep Equity at a very high level, and focus on different events. But why have a show if you can use it to scratch your own from time to time?

The pod is back Tuesday due to an American holiday this Monday. Chat soon!

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