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There are a couple key market forces creating the froth in the market, Suster said. Chief among them is what he identifies as a 90% drop in the cost of starting a company over the past 10 years, thanks to the adoption of open source programming and cloud-based business services, among other things. A startup ante that was $5 million in 2000 is now down to $5 thousand.-Mark Suster, via Inc Magazine
The world is constantly changing for small businesses. Ever since the start of the Industrial Age, the barriers to entry for starting a new company have been forced down time and time again. Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors allowed our last economic bubble, and now open-source software is taking business startup (and operating) costs down even lower. This new opportunity doesn’t come without risks, however.
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