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Startup Digest - Your Weekly Reads on 31-MAR-2020

Every week is presenting us a new norm, only to be washed away with a yet another norm the week after
Issue #98  •  March 31  •  view online
Startup Reading List
Startup Reading List
A weekly selection of top articles, videos and resources on startup life.
Every week is presenting us a new norm, only to be washed away with a yet another norm the week after. First, we hope all of you are safe and sane during this unprecedented time. Second, we hope that you are using your ingenuity, passion, curiousness, and grit to make a positive impact in our new norm, whatever that may be.
This week’s digest, like the last one, focuses on surviving and thriving during our current and future reality.
Read well, digesters.

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28 Moves to Survive (& Thrive) in a Downturn | Pete Flint with NFX

A 34 page read on where VC is going as an asset class. Worth reading regardless if you are on the receiving, giving, or earning side of VC.

Modeling COVID-19’s Impact and Making Hard Decisions | Hyde Park Venture Partners

The last few weeks seem like a startup’s worst nightmare — term sheets are being pulled, M&As are being stopped, entire industries are getting rattled (just look at the travel-tech industry). For the past years money has been available in abundance, and suddenly it might start drying out.
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