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What does "Clean Tech" mean for Fremont? Peeling back the layers...

As any proper economic development team would, we have spent significant time the last few years marketing Fremont’s strong “clean technology” cluster … until recently. That is, we started getting corrected by experts in this industry for generalizing wha…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2013/07/what-does-clean-tech-mean-fremont-peeling-back-layers

Why Fremont is a Stealth Player in the Startup Sphere

When SizeUp.com released a startup survey last year showing Fremont having the most U.S. startups per capita, the head-scratching was palpable. Among the head-scratchers were SizeUp and the City itself. Aren’t cities like San Francisco and Austin supp…
st year showing Fremont having the most U.S. startups per capita… article about Fremont startupsives as reasons why there are more than 21 startups for every 100 http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2013/08/why-fremont-stealth-player-startup-sphere

Innovation, Partnership, and the Era of Overachievers: Highlights from the 2014 ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit

If you haven’t heard of ARPA-E (Advanced Research Project Agency-Energy), you may not be alone. Modeled after DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), which is credited with inventing the Internet, this small, but mighty Department of Energy pro…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/03/innovation-partnership-and-era-overachievers-highlights-2014-arpa-e-energy-innovation-summit

It’s as Easy as Riding a Bike! Building Communities Focused on Moving and Connecting People

May is Bike Month and, as we conclude this year’s celebration, you should know this is actually much more than a "Hallmark" designation. You might wonder why biking is being discussed on an economic development blog, so I’d like to offer some thoughts on …
1 in the country for the number of startups per capita. Our increased focus on bicycle http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/05/its-easy-riding-bike-building-communities-focused-moving-and-connecting-people

Coming Soon: Startup Grind Fremont as Latest Bay Area Chapter

We may be located in 170 cities and 70 countries and be 200K entrepreneurs strong, but the Startup Grind network continues to evaluate prospective cities as we grow. We look for globally focused startup communities that are engineered to educate, inspire …
remont serving as a central location for all startups in the Silicon Valley … is a significant turning point for East Bay startupsFremont is ranked as the No. 1 city for tech startups http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2015/07/coming-soon-startup-grind-fremont-latest-bay-area-chapter

East Bay Startup Grind Continues: EdCast Founder Karl Mehta to Discuss His Experience in Entrepreneurship

The East Bay’s first Startup Grind Chapter, a sure sign of momentum in Fremont’s innovation ecosystem, launched last week featuring a discussion with Poshmark CEO Manish Chandra. Startup Grind, an international business startup community with the mission …
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2015/09/east-bay-startup-grind-continues-edcast-founder-karl-mehta-discuss-his-experience-entrepreneurship

Fremont Startup Grind Digest: Preetish Nijhawan and Micah Yairi

Don’t miss the first fireside chat for Fremont’s Startup Grind chapter in 2016! On Tuesday, January 19th Startup Grind’s Fremont chapter kicks off the New Year with Preetish Nijhawan, Managing Director of Cervin Ventures. Cervin Ventures focuses on early…
s experience working in early stage hardware startups and some important lessons… and startups with Andrew Ponec http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2016/01/fremont-startup-grind-digest-preetish-nijhawan-and-micah-yairi

Coworking Revolution – Startups Find Homes in Fremont

In 2013, Fremont was recognized as having the largest number of startups nationally per capita by SizeUp.com. The same year Newsweek/The Daily Beast named Fremont as the Most Inventive City in America. We became curious. Where are these startups located? …
s recognized as having the largest number of startups nationally per capita by SizeUp.com. The sam… America. We became curious. Where are these startups located http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/03/coworking-revolution-startups-find-homes-fremont

Fremont Startup Grind Digest: Andrew Ponec and Aaron Carpenter

Curious what it’s like to be a young entrepreneur in the cleantech industry? On February 18, we had the pleasure of speaking with Andrew Ponec, Stanford undergraduate and co-founder of Dragonfly Systems. Andrew was accompanied by one of his co-founders, D…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2016/03/fremont-startup-grind-digest-andrew-ponec-and-aaron-carpenter

Startup Grind Recap: Andy Pandharikar, Tall Ideas Lab

Andy Pandharikar of Tall Idea Labs wasn’t always an Angel. His successful foray in entrepreneurship includes the sale of FITIQUETTE — a technology startup allowing the fashion industry to create an online boutique with a virtual fitting room. In some ways…
Startups don… someone is building something.Where startups are spending their money is an important ind http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2016/08/startup-grind-recap-andy-pandharikar-tall-ideas-lab