How are San Francisco startups changing the country?
This was the question that New Yorker recently answered in “Bay Watched,” a loquacious piece that delves into the entrepreneurial culture that dominates business in the Bay Area.
If you have a minute (or thirty), the full article is fascinating, absorbing and, in many ways, incredibly insightful. Author Nathan Heller claims that “the Paris of the West” stands out – and defines the future of USA’s startup culture because:
“San Francisco’s young entrepreneurs appear less concerned about flaunting their earnings than about showing that they can act imaginatively, with conspicuously noble ethics.”
Read the article and let us know what you think!
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