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Startups Weekly: How will tech hubs weather the pandemic?

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Extra Crunch
10:30am PT/1:30pm

Natasha Mascarenhas
Josh Constine
Arman Tabatabai
Wayne Hu
Michael Seibel
Jon Shieber
Alex Wilhem
Connie Loizos
Marty Pichinson
Track Changes’ Sarah EnniExtra
Aileen Lee
Ted Wang

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Silicon Valley
the Bay Area

Startup Battlefield

San Francisco
Salt Lake City
Las Vegas
Puerto Rico
American Samoa


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Each of these additional layers of experience and specialization help to make each local community stronger, like what began happening in Silicon Valley many decades ago.Now layoffs are striking deep into these fragile, complex ecosystems.Yes, companies in San Francisco and other tech metros are seeing big cuts, as you can read all about on TechCrunch this week. Coronavirus will be a catalyst for many to experience this and other accelerating trends for the first time.EC members, don’t miss their social overview survey last week.Next, Natasha and Arman talked to leading edtech investors for Extra Crunch about how the new coronavirus is impacting their companies. If we’re closing it down to clean up and monetize what we can, they are basically in the same position, whether they raised $20 million or they were once a billion-dollar business.”TechCrunchTech for good during COVID-19: Pivots and partnerships to help people dealThis venture firm is offering fast funding in a time of uncertaintyHow I Podcast: First Draft and Track Changes’ Sarah EnniExtra CrunchAs COVID-19 pummels global economy, 8 new companies join the $100M ARR clubPunitive liquidation preferences return to VC — don’t do itTraditional sales and marketing strategies won’t see you through this crisisHow Adobe shifted a Las Vegas conference to executives’ living rooms in less than 30 daysDear Sophie: How do I extend my visa status without leaving the US?From Alex:Turning to the show, as has been the case every single week since we cannot recall when, we had a hell of a packed agenda.; there were new funds to talk about, there were rounds aplenty.

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