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NYT | Boulder, Colo., a Magnet for High-Tech Start-Ups


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Jason Mendelson, Ryan McIntyre and Brad Feld, from left, are three of the founders of the Foundry Group. Kevin Moloney for The New York Times

The New York Times ran two articles about the Boulder tech scene recently:

Boulder has reached this beautiful sweet spot, where it has many advantages of a university town — tech and talent and openness — but without many of the costs and traffic and congestion that may disadvantage incumbent centers of innovation.

from Boulder, Colo., a Magnet for High-Tech Start-Ups – NYTimes.com.

And,

Like students who choose to go to college in a small town to avoid the distractions of big-city life, the venture capitalists at Foundry Group have shunned Silicon Valley or New York for Boulder.

from To Nurture Start-Ups, Back-to-Basics Venture Capital – NYTimes.com

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