Xconomy expands into Indiana
Xconomy, a tech news site, has expanded into its 11th market with a site covering Indiana news.
Xconomy’s Robert Buderi writes, “Just over two years ago, when we launched Xconomy Wisconsin as the ninth region in our network, I wrote: ‘There are no flyover zones in the United States. That’s the way Xconomy views the map, anyway, because we see innovation happening all over America.’
“Since that time, we expanded again, to Raleigh-Durham. And I am pleased to announce today the addition of an 11th region in Xconomy’s network of coverage — Xconomy Indiana.
“I now not only consider there to be no flyover zones in the U.S. — with this many nodes in our network, the distances are actually almost driveable, one to another in one manageable shot.
“So why are we in Indiana? The same question was asked as we expanded to Wisconsin, or Detroit, or Houston, for that matter. Well, the answer is if you set aside some outsider preconceptions and look into what is going on, you will find a long-standing — and growing — high-tech innovation ecosystem.”
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