Startup ecosystems across the country are bouncing back — but there’s more work to be done

Story excerpt provided by GeekWire.

Written by Monica Nickelsburg.

The Great Recession struck a major and lasting blow to entrepreneurship but the nation’s startup ecosystem appears to finally be recovering.

That’s according to a new study from the Progressive Policy Institute (PPI), a moderate think tank and policy advocate, and TechNet, an advocacy group comprised of tech CEOs.

The study (aimed at persuading local and federal governments to enact policy that promotes innovation) analyzed government data and job listings to determine the health of startups in the U.S. and the impact they have on job growth and the overall economy.

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Originally published March 30, 2017.

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