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Why I’m building my startup in Philly: 4 reasons from Curalate CEO Apu Gupta

Curalate CEO Apu Gupta has long been a champion of Philly's tech scene, declaring in his visual analytics startup's infancy, "Philly is the lazy man’s New York. And I’m a lazy man.”

The Curalate team at its 2401 Walnut Street office.

Curalate CEO Apu Gupta has long been a champion of Philly’s tech scene, declaring in his visual analytics startup’s infancy, “Philly is the lazy man’s New York. And I’m a lazy man.”

Gupta’s dry humor aside, he’s now going national with his commitment to the city. He took to the Wall Street Journal to explain why he decided to grow his company in Philly. Read it here.

Companies: Curalate

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