Cartoon of the Week – Don’t Burst my (Tech) Bubble

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The number of companies that reach $1 billion-plus valuations before going public, dubbed unicorns, is said to have doubled in the past year as VCs are eager to fund the latest and greatest startups. However, there is speculation that we may be on the edge of another tech bubble explosion – and that many of the unicorns won’t make it to the finish line.
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I am eXo’s chief operating officer, ultimately responsible for all operations ensuring client acquisition and success. In this blog, I write about modern workplaces and their benefits to organisations and their people. Occasionally, I also blog about my personal areas of interest, such as communication, personal development, work–life balance, sustainability and gender equality.

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