Why It’s Hard to Replicate Silicon Valley’s Successes Abroad


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High Tech Start Up, Author: John Nesheim.

By Elizabeth Charnock – Laws that take the position you’d better be sure you’re able to succeed or else tend to influence society in the same direction—and 180 degrees away from the atmosphere of Silicon Valley in which startups appear, vaporize, and reform literally every day. Indeed, this characteristic is the unique strength of Silicon Valley.

Despite the obvious differences in locale, the problems of the EU and Michigan are nearly identical, except for the highly startup-unfriendly EU laws. Further, both have this problem: Making fundamental change is next to impossible given the sheer size and complexity of their bureaucracies and democratic systems. more> http://twurl.nl/m463g3

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