How Startup Cities Could Change the World

A Government Shake-up Is Long Overdue. Are Startup Cities It?

There is an energy to Miami and Austin that you no longer find in New York or San Francisco.

Not only are both southern cities forward-looking — but there is genuine excitement about the future, be it remote work, decentralization as technology and lifestyle, and unknown innovations to come.

In other words, Miami and Austin are startup cities.

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Strong opinions, loosely held. Burgess explores topics ranging from mental health to marketing to climate change.

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Strong opinions, loosely held. Burgess explores topics ranging from mental health to marketing to climate change.

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