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Baton Rouge may be Louisiana’s state capital, but it’s gaining notoriety as a diverse focal-point for entrepreneurship. The city has been recognized as a growing ecosystem for Women, Hispanic, and African-American entrepreneurs.
Charleston, SC consistently ranks as one of best cities in the world. Also deemed as one of the fastest growing cities since 2010, Charleston has become a hot spot for startups who’ve raised over $10 million in funding.
Kansas City is home to brands and companies including Hallmark Cards, Inc., Sprint and H&R Block. More recently, the area has seen a surge in entrepreneurship and startups like Rx Savings Solutions that has raised over $22 million in funding.
Jacksonville, FL, is home to several well-known businesses and companies including Fidelity National Financial and Firehouse Subs, Jacksonville has also become known as a great place for new ventures, especially technology startups.
Winston-Salem, NC is North Carolina’s fifth-largest city. The City of Arts & Innovation, as it is sometimes known, is also home to a number of successful businesses outside of the tobacco industry, including Krispy Kreme, Hanesbrands, and BB&T.
Tulsa, Oklahoma is rising in ranks as a hotbed for business and entrepreneurship in the United States. Find out what accelerators, makerspaces, investors are helping grow this ecosystem.
El Paso aka “The Crossing” is quickly becoming one of the country’s new urban centers. Situated right on the United States-Mexico border, the city is over 75% Latino heritage. The petroleum, mining and defense industries boost the city’s economy and startup ecosystem.
Nicknamed the “Cornhusker State,” Lincoln is Nebraska’s state capital and second most populous city. Here are the investors, accelerators, maker spaces and more that make its entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Home of the Kentucky Derby, Louisville is Kentucky’s largest city and a growing hub of entrepreneurship. It’s even ranked in the Top 15 Cities for women in tech!