The end point of the American River Bike Trail, perched in sunny California of the United States, Folsom sits in Sacramento County that is famously known for its "Folsom Prison", the song "Folsom Prison Blues" and its stunning Folsom Lake. Here you will find a population of about 72,203 people shuffling around its streets, bicycling its off-road trails, playing on the Johnny Cash Bridge or getting down to business in a coworking venue. Cradled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, it has long hot and dry summers plus cool rainy winters. Home to the largest private employer in the Sacramento area, Intel, Folsom has quite a few education institutions spawning tech savvy youth.
California actually produces more tech PhDs per year than any other region in the country and the California Institute of Technology generates more patents and startups than any other university. The state has a growing new generation of tech innovators, a varied ecosystem and diverse influences that lead to innovation. Offering the next generation of tech innovators the perfect base to launch startups with its strong university system, access to funding, brainpower and talent, a strong ecosystem and a great lifestyle where the weather is warm, California is on top of the list for some.
With many graduates wanting to stay on their own home territory, coworking venues have become the playground and the hangout for many creatives where they can get support, mingle with likeminded souls and get their stuff done. Coworking in Folsom gives you the added benefit of being able to jump onto a bike and head to the wild hills when your brain is about to implode.
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