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An economic winter is upon us as 2023 looks like 2000 for the technology industry.   That’s the focus of the latest column by Jay Jayamohan’s for the Times of India.  

“The big picture: In both these years, tech stocks took a tumble in the spring after peaking in the stratosphere. Then six months later, with a recession looming, big companies started cutting pays and startups began measuring burn-rate runways,” writes Jayamohan, the Executive Director of the Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology.

Read the column, Winter is Coming: Let’s hope it’s not the Game of Thrones kind!, here:

Jayamohan leads the effort that strategically positions HU to have a greater impact – economic & social – by having innovative thinkers and entrepreneurs coming together with students and faculty to collaborate on ideas and solve problems. He is a serial entrepreneur, having co-founded RollStream (acquired by GXS now OpenText), JobNavs and Synteras (acquired by Akima Corp), raised tens of millions in venture capital and won numerous accolades including ‘top supply and demand chain vendor and Washington Technology Fast 50 firm. He also teaches Innovation & Strategy at George Mason University School of Business.

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