3:23:49 PM PST - Wednesday, November 30th, 2022

How startups can lower their chance of a down round in a downturn  

By Editor - Wed Nov 23, 10:24 am

Here on the eve of Thanksgiving in the United States, this column spent a good portion of the morning hunting up something to be thankful for in startup land. There are options: The world has never been more software-centric, meaning that the core startup product is well-aligned with long-term macroeconomic trends. That’s good. Consumers are also holding up better than some expected given the global backdrop of rising interest rates and hard-to-tame inflation. And despite endless calls for a recession either tomorrow or the day after, key economies in tech continue to grow . The Exchange explores startups, markets and money. Read it every morning on TechCrunch+ or get The Exchange newsletter every Saturday.

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How startups can lower their chance of a down round in a downturn

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