Some Thoughts On Why Boston Won’t Be The Next Silicon Valley
0 Shares EmailFacebookTwitterLinkedInAfter spending a week with the startups, venture capitalists, and entrepreneurial advocates that make up Boston, I’ve come away with a few thoughts. For one, Boston doesn’t want to be the next Silicon Valley, it wants to be Boston. We only wrote about one of those deals, in a week that even by Silicon Valley standards, was quite busy. A city like Boston, with a talent pipeline boosted by prestigious universities, is no different — for the most part. Investors include Foundry Group, Silicon Valley Bank, and Two Sigma Ventures.