Silicon Valley is starting to party again.
Signs of growth, investment, spending and success in Silicon Valley are starting to pick up again, according to an article in the December 8, 2003 edition of Forbes magazine.
Workers are job-hopping, PR firm billings are increasing, banking business is up, venture money is flowing, and — oh — tech companies are throwing parties once again.
But unlike the late 1990’s, this time around it is not likely to be a huge run-up. “It’s not a bubble but more like a carbonated beverage with lots of little bubbles,” says Jonathan Feiber of Mohr, Davidow Ventures.