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Silicon Valley Tech incubator Program coming to Virginia Beach

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https://pilotonline.com/inside-business/news/entrepreneurs-innovation/california-business-incubator-plan-coming-to-virginia-beach/article_45408372-958e-5310-8cc0-b87f18c9c159.html

"The Founder Institute, a Silicon Valley-based business incubator, will be introduced to Virginia Beach at the 1701 co-working space on Baltic Avenue.

Joel Nied, a partner at law firm Price Benowitz, worked with Jeff Werby and Lisa DeNoia, co-owners of 1701, to bring the program to Virginia Beach.

 

The three will be directors for the local program that Nied says is strictly for those who are serious about starting a business or improving their startup.

“This area is really exciting from the perspective of what should be a hotbed for startups and entrepreneurship,” Nied said. “One great thing it has that a lot of people don’t have is ... tens of thousands of military who are looking for something exciting to do” as a second career."

Seems like the Technology industry has really startrd to take notice of VB in the past year.

 

 

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