Fertile ground

Has Philadelphia become the new focus for Israeli startups?

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June 20, 2013 12:51
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Horse drawn carriage in Philadelphia

Horse drawn carriage in Philadelphia 521. (photo credit: Dafna Tal)

 
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The City of Brotherly Love has a young, growing tech sector that’s looking for foreign investors, but it is also fertile ground for start-ups to grow. Last year, tech recruiting company Cyber- Coders ranked the city third in technology job growth in the US at 64 percent, just behind Silicon Valley.

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