The fever for startups is now planetary. Every city seems to have a growing scene of young software companies. And if they don’t, they want one. It’s a practically a social movement, and a movement needs a theorist. That’s Brad Feld. Feld is a partner at the Foundry Group, which invests in startups, and a […]
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The fever for startups is now planetary. Every city seems to have a growing scene of young software companies. And if they don’t, they want one.

It’s a practically a social movement, and a movement needs a theorist. That’s Brad Feld.

Feld is a partner at the Foundry Group, which invests in startups, and a widely followed blogger. And he believes he knows what it takes to create a vibrant startup community just about anywhere. Feld calls his theory the “Boulder Thesis,” after the Colorado city where he lives and that, with his help, has become a notable startup scene.

Brad Feld on the Rise of Global Startup Communities | MIT Technology Review.


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