AngelList, the Silicon Valley-based community that connects startups with investors, is opening up shop in New York.
Next week, three of its ten employees will move into startup incubator DogPatch Labs.
Dave Zohrob, an AngelList developer who will be moving into DogPatch, says his company is attracted to New York because of its hyperactive startup community.
"A lot is happening around New York, and a lot of companies have raised money on the east coast," Zohrob says. "They've raised more per capita via AngelList than startups on the west coast."
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Author: Alyson Shontell