quinta-feira, 18 de setembro de 2014

Foreign entrepreneurs wowed by SF’s startup excess

A dozen or so startup founders stood in the lobby of Heroku, the cloud computing company, snapping away with their iPhones. Some struck a pose in front of a Heroku sign. Others documented the space’s aesthetics — with exposed brick, reclaimed wood and an array of casually strewn, vaguely tribal throw pillows, it is the peak of startup chic.

“I’m kind of in shock,” said Kate Lanyon, co-founder of a Melbourne-based startup, BrandSpot.co, walking into Heroku’s amphitheater.

It was Lanyon’s first visit to San Francisco.

“I wanted to just soak in SF,” said Lanyon. Especially the tech companies — she already had plans to visit Twitter, and perhaps Google, as well.

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