In the Bay Area, the local economy continues to move past the lulls of the dotcom boom, bust and recession. Entrepreneurial spirit among business owners and investors has helped encourage this economic growth.
In fact, the United States ranked the highest for entrepreneurial culture and access to financing. It should be no surprise that these this type of professional environment is extremely common in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.
Aspiring technology companies that want to work alongside experienced entrepreneurs like Jack Dorsey, who is the co-founder of Square and Twitter, should consider making northern California their new home.
With limited budgets, it can be hard to imagine building headquarters here. However, through the support of region-wide organizations and used business furniture companies, aspiring business owners will feel a lighter burden on their shoulders when seeking to participate in the growing Bay Area economy.