Episode 521 is a roundtable episode where Rob brings on a couple of guests to talk through topics today that relate to bootstrapped and mostly bootstrapped startup founders.
Today, we have Tracy Osborn and Einar Vollset joining us, as we talk through a potential impending recession, the Google anti-trust suit, Dropbox moving to permanent work from home, as well as a handful of other topics.
The topics we cover
[04:03] What do the revenue trends look like in 6-7 months from now?
[13:36] Google anti-trust suit
[19:23] Dropbox remote offices
[27:29] SPACs and why it’s so hard to go public in the US
[39:35] A warning about Glassdoor
Links from the show
- The 99 Investor Problem
- U.S. Accuses Google of Illegally Protecting Monopoly
- Dropbox will let all employees work from home permanently as it turns its offices into WeWork-like ‘collaborative spaces’
- The TinySeed Investment Thesis
- A Warning About Glassdoor
- Tracy Osborn | Twitter
- Einar Vollset | Twitter
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