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The world’s best startup communities: How to build a Top 20 contender – Communitech News

Aspiring entrepreneurs emerging from a top university or an accelerator such as Y Combinator frequently find themselves faced with a tough logistical question: where to set up shop? Large hubs like Boston, Toronto or San Francisco offer access to dense entrepreneur networks, but the cost of space and employees may be out of reach for …

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Cities that attract venture capital and startup activity also tend to be more socially accepting to a broad range of diverse groups, including visible minorities, newcomers and the LGBT community, according to research conducted by the creative class geographer Richard Florida, of the Martin Prosperity Institute.


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