Don’t copy the Valley, copy Brooklyn

With Silicon Valley pretty much a trash fire right now it would behoove small cities to look elsewhere when trying to create centers of innovation. While Brooklyn, that gem of an island surrounded by bodies of water containing guns, dolphins, and scum, is not perfect, it’s a pretty solid choice for hardware, software, and services startups to emulate. Brooklyn is important in the entrepreneurial space because it is at once urban and suburban. It has an excellent quality of life, there is plenty of space to live and work and is a safe space to innovate. Read More>>

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