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Austin Was Destined to Replace Silicon Valley. Then the Pandemic Hit

What the hottest boomtown off the coasts will look like on the other side

Last summer, RigUp moved into a 24,000-foot, magazine-spread worthy office in the kind of location you’d expect for one of Austin’s most buzzed about venture-backed startups. The company — a hiring platform for energy-sector…

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Adam Bluestein

Adam Bluestein

I write about business, science, and things that people do for fun. Work published in Fast Company, Inc., Men’s Journal, Proto, Marker. Vermonter by choice.

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