Boulder Still Growing


Niel Robertson passed on this article to me this morning, stating:

Only 13 out of 381 metropolitan areas are actually growing, he says. According to Economy.com they are Boulder, Colo.; Lafayette and Louisiana, La.; Bethesda, Md.; Jacksonville, N.C.; Binghamton, N.Y.; Oklahoma City; Okla.; State College, Pa.; and Brownsville, El Paso, Laredo, McAllen, and San Antonio, Texas.

Even with the economic doom and gloom, Boulder still seems to be growing.

We are seeing the slowdown, there is no question of that, but as a whole, are weathering the storm better than most spots of the country.

About the Author:

Andrew leads the TEDxBoulder, Boulder Startup Week and Ignite Boulder efforts and has worked in startups for ten years. He blogs about startups, bootstrapping, events and triathlon at andrewhy.de and you can follow him on twitter here.


1 Comments:

  1. john January 08, 2009

    Louisiana, LA? I think a slip of the fingers. Was there another LA city?

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