reported on research that found Denver was a top city for "the digital economy."
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation
, the Chamber's FreeEnterprise.com
, and 1776
just released the second annual Innovation that Matters
report. The report examined the top 25 U.S. startup hubs and looked at which ones are attracting top talent, getting the most investments, developing specializations, creating density, connecting the community to build cultures of innovation.
Of the 25 cities they looked at, Boston
, San Francisco, Denver
, and San Diego
came out on top. They are the cities that are considered the best poised to be successful in our evolving digital economy. I'm sure no one is surprised to see San Francisco on this list, but Boston beat it out for the top spot due to its lack of a cohesive community and declining quality of life for residents.
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