Leaders and Feeders of Puerto Rico’s Startup Community

In Startup Communities, Brad Feld says that the “leaders of startup communities have to be entrepreneurs. Everyone else is a feeder into the startup community. Both leaders and feeders are important, but their roles are different”. During the last 10 years I’ve been a participant in Puerto Rico’s “community”, and while It has a ways to go, it’s been interesting to see how that framework has evolved in the island. This is a list of Puerto Rico’s “leaders and feeders” of its entrepreneurial community. It’s an ever-evolving and non-exclusive catalogue, so if you believe other resources must be added, please tell us at

Entrepreneurs and organizations serving them

Accelerators and Incubators

Co-Working Spaces


Government and government-backed organizations





Service Providers

Large Companies

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