For months I´ve been planning to Incubate my Mobile Startup venture. Finding the right city to do so is a tough one.... I have found Incubators all across the globe and I have lost focus on which would be the most suitable town to settle in for this critical stage. Any thoughts on the matter will be appreciated.
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It's largely irrelevant, most large cities have enough of a talent pool
that you won't run into limitations until (if) you are growing on a massive
Now some cities may have a better fit for the culture you seek, or the
customer base (if it's an app for hedge fund managers don't incubate in
Salt Lake City), or the pace and cost profile you're comfortable with
(bootstrapping is easier in cheap cities, it goes without saying) but
overall the location of your startup isn't what's going to make or break
it, or even be in the top 10 factors of its performance.
Seattle. Tech is off the hook up here but we need more mobile deals up here. Great base of mobile (ATT, TMO) and enterprise (MS, Amazon, Tableau, Concur) but need more of a convergence between the two.