Weekly Startup Communities Roundup 12-01-14
Here's a look at some of the news about specific startup communities around the globe. Tip us if your city's got exciting news lately.
Hanoi (Vietnam): Sometimes it's worth staying in your local market; for Vietnamese startups, it's a bad decision.
Singapore (Singapore): If startups in Singapore seem overrated, it's because they have to be in order to survive.
Copenhagen (Denmark): It's cold during the winters in Copenhagen, but these startups are just getting hot.
Dublin (Ireland): While the city's booming with global tech giants, it's struggling for startups.
London (England): The Tech Census aims to revolutionize government policy toward city startups.
Stockholm (Sweden): This Northern European city has become the second biggest startup hub in the world, after Silicon Valley.
Albuquerque (New Mexico, USA): This Southwest city has a plan to become the best city for entrepreneurs in the US.
Atlanta (Georgia, USA): Coming under the microscope, Atlanta is now the number one city for neuroscience startups.
Cleveland (Ohio, USA): Once a booming city for entrepreneurs, this Midwest city hopes to rise again.
Los Angeles (California, USA): With an 'in-house' venture capital fund, LA hopes to motivate city employees to become entrepreneurs.
Mexico City (Mexico): Where "The Valley" and "VC" have very different meanings among startups and entrepreneurs.
Phoenix (Arizona, USA): Tech moves east, as some major startups capitalize on the energy (and funding) around Arizona State University.
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