Frugality, Ping-Pong Tables and Silicon Valley Startups

LeanData

When tech startup Appthority was looking for new office space early last year, Domingo Guerra suffered a bad case of sticker shock. So it’s no wonder that tech startups are cutting back on perks and tightening belts. It’s why LeanData explored the cloudy forecast for tech last year in a blog series called “The End of Growth at All Costs.” It’s hardly armageddon that startups are being forced to focus more on generating revenue. Suddenly, burn rates matter again.

Frugality, Ping-Pong Tables and Silicon Valley Startups

LeanData

When tech startup Appthority was looking for new office space early last year, Domingo Guerra suffered a bad case of sticker shock. So it’s no wonder that tech startups are cutting back on perks and tightening belts. It’s why LeanData explored the cloudy forecast for tech last year in a blog series called “The End of Growth at All Costs.” It’s hardly armageddon that startups are being forced to focus more on generating revenue. Suddenly, burn rates matter again.

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Frugality, Ping-Pong Tables and Silicon Valley Startups

LeanData

When tech startup Appthority was looking for new office space early last year, Domingo Guerra suffered a bad case of sticker shock. So it’s no wonder that tech startups are cutting back on perks and tightening belts. It’s why LeanData explored the cloudy forecast for tech last year in a blog series called “The End of Growth at All Costs.” It’s hardly armageddon that startups are being forced to focus more on generating revenue. Suddenly, burn rates matter again.

Frugality, Ping-Pong Tables and Silicon Valley Startups

LeanData

When tech startup Appthority was looking for new office space early last year, Domingo Guerra suffered a bad case of sticker shock. So it’s no wonder that tech startups are cutting back on perks and tightening belts. It’s why LeanData explored the cloudy forecast for tech last year in a blog series called “The End of Growth at All Costs.” It’s hardly armageddon that startups are being forced to focus more on generating revenue. Suddenly, burn rates matter again.