And they sure are right! Thanks to the folks at VentureFizz for shining a light on the entrepreneurial scene south of Boston.
Full text of the VF story here:
Excerpt: "Everyone's familiar with the success of start-ups in Cambridge, and the importance of pathways like the Red Line and Alewife for fueling growth. At the other end of the Red Line is the Braintree/Quincy corridor. Growth in the corridor has long been talked about but now there are signs that tech start-ups are starting to build tech businesses on the South Shore.
One big sign of how much things have changed in the South Shore for tech companies is at the Quincy Center for Innovation, launched in October 2013, the organization is a start-up center and office space for companies, and helps start-ups grow with advice and contacts. The center now has 44 companies, and the space is just about full, with 92 full time employed people at the companies, representing 16 different industries."