centreofthefray2 karma2020-05-22 15:45:21 UTC
Do you see greater Localism (and by its nature less centralisation and central bureaucratic control) as a mechanism to drive innovation from the ground up? Allowing those individuals with ingenuity and drive the regulatory, fiscal and social environment to tinker, fail, succeed - innovate.
As opposed to the Silicon Valley model of monopolisation and being good at raising money from VCs and controlling the regulatory environment to exclude potential disruptors from attaining the necessary scale.
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