The venture capital funding firehose that has sprayed money at technology startups over the last few years is drying up. To cite just one example, on May 12, behemoth VC investor SoftBank announced that it was cutting its planned startup investments 50-75% through next March. They are by no means alone in tightening their belt. Accordingly, startups can no longer rely on the free flow of capital to fund operations and fuel growth. And...
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