Startups are flocking to Nashville as the city’s economy and tech scene is booming.
With more than 6,000 tech jobs added in the past year alone, the city has seen an explosion in job growth.
The tech boom has been fueled by the growth of social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
The city’s tech scene has been buoyed by the rapid rise of social networking platforms like Twitter, which recently added an employee-only Twitter account to its workforce.
This is part of a broader shift that has seen a significant number of young professionals leaving the city for greener pastures, like Boulder, Colorado.
It is a boom that has also attracted the likes of Amazon, PayPal and other tech giants to the city, and many of them have been investing in the city.
A new tech incubator called Bluepoint has opened in Nashville, and the company has hired dozens of startups.
The Bluepoint incubator is a Nashville startup that has grown from one of the smallest in the country to one of Nashville’s biggest and best-funded.
It recently launched a $500,000 funding round that was led by Sequoia Capital and led by former Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
The company is now looking to add even more money to its fund and has already started looking to recruit more employees.
It also recently started offering jobs to local entrepreneurs.
The Nashville area has seen huge growth in tech jobs, according to the state of Tennessee, with nearly 1,300 new jobs created in the last year alone.
But for many of those workers, the jobs are temporary.
For instance, Mark Latham, the founder of Bluepoint, said he had no intention of giving up on his dream of building a software startup.
He said he hoped that his team would have a chance to succeed if he stayed in Nashville.
But Latham said he was going to give up on the idea of working for a long time to get his dream to reality.