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The Best Guide to Silicon Valley

I rarely just copy from another post (and once again I have to thank Zemanta for doing this code) ….  Wayne Sutton sent me to this blog and I was LOL reading it, so I wanted to share it… Hope you enjoy it!

Guide | Steve Blank

Silicon Valley is more of a state of mind than a physical location. It has no large monuments, magnificent buildings or ancient heritage. There are no tours of companies or venture capital firms. From Santa Clara to South San Francisco it’s 45 miles of one bedroom community after another. Yet what’s been occurring for the last 50 years within this tight cluster of suburban towns is nothing short of an “entrepreneurial explosion” on par with classic Athens, renaissance Florence or 1920’s Paris.

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By |May 8th, 2013|Categories: Blog|3 Comments

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Alicia Castillo Holley is an international speaker and researcher on innovation, entrepreneurship, and venture capital.

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  2. Emma May 14, 2014 at 3:04 am

    Oh if only the same could happen in the UK. The North of England is very dismal when it comes to business. Nearly everyone works on the supply and demand theories, which leaves many unemployed or working for poverty wages. It stops people before they start because they are surrounded with so much negativity.
    I really want to know what HAS been happening in Silicon valley now!

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