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An afternoon planking break reenergizes the Wefunder team in its San Francisco office, a house that is home to a number of employees. The start-up successfully lobbied Congress to legalize crowdfunding for companies to offer and sell securities. PHOTOGRAP
In San Francisco, Suzanna Rush, Lydia Lewis, and Jonny Price (left to right) have a staff meeting in a room that also functions as a bedroom for the CEO of the equity crowdfunding platform Wefunder. PHOTOGRAPH BY LAURA MORTON
The image of technological visionary Elon Musk looms over young tech entrepreneurs at a dining table at Startup Embassy. Hopeful guests applied to live and work at the house for up to a few months to brainstorm and network while they developed their ideas
Australian Tristan Matthias spent a week working and living in the Startup Embassy (now closed), a shared “hacker house” in Palo Alto. PHOTOGRAPH BY LAURA MORTON