What Entrepreneurs Gain When They Venture Outside Of Silicon Valley

March 9, 2015 | forbes.com, by Leadnomics Founder Zach Robbins

As the founder of a Philadelphia-based startup, I’ve fielded the same question countless times as Leadnomics has grown: “Why haven’t you moved West?”Silicon Valley, along with other big startup hubs like New York and Chicago, has held the reputation as the most promising place to build a company — especially in tech — for decades.

However, recent trends among an increasingly large sector of youngentrepreneurs are redefining the optimal location to grow a company, making it even easier to answer the “Why not California?” question. As a result, a new model of startup hubs are popping up in what are considered “secondary markets” across the country, equipped with a set of advantages unique from Silicon Valley, many of which I have experienced first-hand…

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