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You know which product you want to launch, you have an awesome idea, but you don’t know where to register.
Traditionally, Silicon Valley was the place to go for tech startups. It was the place where you could get funding, talented employees, connections, and visibility.
Many of the world’s best tech companies come from there.
So, naturally many promising and ambitious Americans are rushing to Silicon Valley to start a company.
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