"A new study shows that startups do better when they’re launched in the place where their founders were born or have lived for a long time. Makes sense, but the reasons why are surprisingly complex and modern."
Mines the findings of Professor Olav Sorenson that startups are likely to do better in their hometown - more profitable and stable because of social connections.
Notes that the exception is if you happen to have a venture capitalist in your backpocket, in which case, pack up and move where they tell you to go.
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