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From Cincinnati to Silicon Valley, DotLoop CEO explains his move

What are the big differences between the mid-west and San Francisco for an entrepreneur? DotLoop founder and CEO, Austin Allison explains the challenges of founding a company in Cincinnati and why he's making the move out west.
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