Boyd Cohen describes that entrepreneurship is increasingly becoming an urban phenomenon. He believes the future of entrepreneurship in cities is bright and long-lasting. Therefore, he highlights the importance of the urbanpreneur: the citizen that solves urban local problems with traditional business models.
In such ecosystems, Cohen argues that innovation and creativity in cities are driven by three key factors: urbanization, collaboration and democratization. As a result, it is found what he describes as Collision Density, which is a process where dense urban environments attract more innovation takes places.