With an extensive history in the food industry and business ventures, Salem is no stranger to the entrepreneurial mindset.
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Located on the banks of the Kansas River, Topeka is flying under the radar as a growing hub for innovators and entrepreneurs.
Perhaps best known as the longtime home of Abraham Lincoln, Springfield has a long history as the epicenter of Illinois’ government.
Montgomery has a long history as a staple for the agricultural economy, but the city is now an emerging entrepreneur destination for technology startups.
Dover area is home to several major manufacturing facilities, including one for Kraft Foods, Inc.
Despite its small size, Harrisburg’s position as one of the hubs of the Pennsylvania Railroad made it a major economic player for the region, especially during the Industrial Revolution.
Founded in 1636, Providence is one of the oldest cities in the USA and the third-largest city in New England.
As the hub of the Mid-Michigan region, Lansing is an important city for the Michigan’s government, economy, and culture.
Des Moines is home to numerous major insurance headquarters and a bustling tech hotspot for businesses.
Known as one of the region’s main hubs for art and culture, Olympia runs on an innovative spirit that feeds its entrepreneurial and artistic mindset.