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Also let me chime in with my recommendation. If you dont care about what industry, or type of product you are delivering Washington DC is the best place to build a business. Especially if you are a woman, minority, or veteran (they all get preference in government contracting).
If that's the case, I'm packing as you read this.
The network impact on startup success is undoubtedly important, but so is keeping investors happy. And where are all the big investors these days?
Besides, who would you trust more with your money: someone who you know is available to physically run over and meet you at any instant, or someone half-way across the world who can only talk when wifi is working?