Bob Pearlman, BDO Partner, Weighs In on the Economy, Start-ups & California! Podcast #2
This is part two of the three-part post & podcast/interview with BDO’s Bob Pearlman!
This is part 2 of the original conversation started in an earlier blog on Defevere.com. Bob Pearlman’s conversation with me continues about start-ups and the economy in California. Life in the California economic “fast lane” and where the state is going.
Part TWO covers the following topics:
The economy and how it affects start-up companies– particularly in the technology sectors — and how start-ups affect the economy. The discussion covers hot sectors currently and if those specific companies have peaked or do they still have legs to support their value.
Also we talk about other sectors that might not have the fast turn-around that social media companies have but might have a bigger payoff that is more sustainable over the long run– but with a longer “hold” period.
Bob also gets very specific about what is going to push the “hot button” of an investment group aka venture capital group to get involved in a specific company. Pearlman also talks about other factors that investors look at in the bigger -more global– picture of the growing company to determine the viability for the investment.
Please stay tuned for part 3 of this conversation with Bob Pearlman, partner at BDO here in Los Angeles. It gets even better!!
This blog post & podcast was originally featured on Gray Matters blog at DeFevere.com where I am a conttributing blogger.
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