A team of entrepreneurs holds a meeting in the coworking area at Estación Federal in Tijuana, Mexico. The complex, which is a short  walk from the PedWest pedestrian border crossing, is popular among entrepreneurs from San Diego as well as from Tijuana.

A team of entrepreneurs holds a meeting in the coworking area at Estación Federal in Tijuana, Mexico. The complex, which is a short walk from the PedWest pedestrian border crossing, is popular among entrepreneurs from San Diego as well as from Tijuana. Photo by Jamie Scott Lytle.

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Tijuana’s BIT Center, in a building which previously housed a massive grocery store, rents space to tech companies, software development shops and other innovative business ventures. The center is a few miles south of the U.S.-Mexico border.

— A San Diego entrepreneur’s day may go something like this: Commute to a local coworking space; for lunch, track down those grilled octopus tacos you’ve been hearing about; meet with a potential hire across town at coworking space; and post interview, stop at a local brewery for a craft beer or two...

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