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What Happened to the Startup Apocalypse Everyone Predicted?

For many, circumstances became the perfect storm for massive growth

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“Coronavirus is the black swan of 2020.” So began the ominous letter that venture capital firm Sequoia Capital sent to the founders and CEOs of its portfolio companies on March 5 of last year. In many ways, the note was prescient, published roughly a week before the rest of white-collar America shuttered their doors and pivoted to remote work.

I remember receiving a similar pandemic-panicked email in my inbox around the same time as the Sequoia note. It essentially declared: “Nobody is allowed to come into the office until further notice.” I was in a meeting with approximately 20 other people, and you could tell when someone…

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