How to launch a startup in a bad economy

Mark Evans · December 16, 2008 · Short URL:

Does your company need an entrepreneurial stimulus package in this current economic downturn?

If the answer is yes, the Bay Area's Plug and Play tech centers offer tenants a ton of benefits above and beyond affordable rent, including: access to Angels and VCs, recruitment resources, on-site IT, and networking.

During my visit to Plug and Play I was struck by the caliber of companies in residence, which include: mywaves (mobile video destination for consumers), Sendori (innovative monetization solutions to large domainers), and gigya (social marketing solutions company for publishers and advertisers).

I sat down with Plug and Play's Ashley Harris to find out more. 

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