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4 Ways To Survive the Tech Bubble Burst

Every week, new speculations emerge of an impending collapse in Silicon Valley. When will the bubble give way? No doubt, recent years have been marked by feverish startup growth and the enormous valuations that accompany them. And any savvy investor knows this sort of pace can only last last for so long. Sooner or later, the bubble is bound to burst. As the founder of a webinar marketing platform, ON24, that's weathered and thrived in the wake of two major downturns -- the dot-com crash in 2000 and the financial recession in 2008 -- I've learned what it means to create a recession-proof business.
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