Why Branch Is Moving Back To New York City
Now that’s a nice spin on being home-sick. NYC might be much better city for Branch, but the reasons in the article are entirely subjective and don’t say anything about the ability to achieve business goals being in one location or another. I’d like to see some objective reasons explained too, I am sure they are there, but maybe they aren’t as sexy. As in “all the media partners we work with are in NYC” or “we believe we can get grassroot support in NYC like Tumblr did”. Be honest, don’t tell just half of the story.
Oh, and Branch indeed is interesting!
My co-founder likes to say, “Being a startup founder in San Francisco feels like being a banker in New York.” Our founding team of three started Branch, a conversation platform, six months ago in New York.
- Why Branch Is Moving Back To New York City (pandodaily.com)
- New York Promised At Least $3.6 Million For Sale Of .NYC Domain Names (paidcontent.org)
- Young Startup Founder Deems San Francisco “Too Nice” (sfist.com)