Mileage Matters: Episode 30

Drive Capital
Nov 6, 2017 · 1 min read

This week we looked back at the tulip craze of the 17th century to discuss whether economic bubbles are real or speculated by those they benefit. We also asked if the lack of ramifications for companies with security breaches will lead to other companies not prioritizing their own security. Lastly, we touched on the upward trend of core tech companies starting or relocating to the Midwest.

Listen in below as we openly discuss the best opportunities of the week. We’ll see you next Friday.

Mileage Matters is recorded live at the start of every Drive Capital Partner meeting. We kick off our week with a discussion of the things that caught our attention over the past seven days. We’re going to begin sharing these musings in the form of a short podcast. Our goal is to give entrepreneurs a glimpse into how we think about the markets we cover (and more). We’d love to hear from you, and learn what’s catching your attention these days too. Let us know what you think on Twitter or drop us a line.

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