For nearly 20 years I worked as a venture capitalist in Silicon Valley, which remains the dominant market in the U.S. venture capital landscape. Two years ago, I chose to move back to my home state of Ohio. Many people ask why I wanted to move away from the epicenter of venture capital, where I could have continued to back a network of entrepreneurs who have already taken companies public or sold them for hundreds of millions to $1 billion-plus.
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Written by Bill Baumel.
Originally published January 10, 2019.