For many students in Boston, graduation is right around the corner.
For student entrepreneurs, that means there's just a few more weeks until we are out on our own, ready to turn an idea into a business to make a living out of it!
In this Financial Times article, the author suggests entrepreneurs should look no further than the Boston area to lay the groundwork to grow a successful startup.
A few reasons why:
- Kendall Square, Cambridge, and the Route 128 corridor
- The Seaport "Innovation" District
- More than 100 colleges and 12 hospitals call Boston home
- Dell ranked us no. 4 on a list of "future ready" economies in the United States
- Boston is no. 2 in the nation for startups founded by women
If not, keep reading to learn more!