Even if you don't want to start your own company, Tnooz's list of cities reads like a top destinations list for wired travelers who want to be inspired.
Choosing a city to base your travel tech startup can be tough. You want plenty of smart developers as a talent pool. You also want affordable rental space.
Proximity to a well-connected airport can be vital, too. Oh, and the small matter of access to local funding programmes and, if you’re really lucky, plenty of cash-wielding investors.
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