As one of the principal cities of North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park, Raleigh is a major hub of innovation and research. WalletHub’s 2018 list of the best large cities to start a small business ranked Raleigh 10th overall.
Topic: Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight
How to Build a Winning Team
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As a major port city on the Mississippi River, St. Louis is one of the state’s main economic hubs, home to nine of the 10 Fortune 500 companies based in Missouri.
The second largest city in Michigan has the honor of being known as the nation’s second-best city to start a small business.
In 2017, WalletHub named Oklahoma City the nation’s best large city to start a small business as well as the 10th-best for Hispanic entrepreneurs.
San Jose may share the bay area with San Francisco, but it ranks second place in Dell’s Top Cities for Women Entrepreneurs and ranked sixth in the nation for entrepreneurial growth!
As one of the principal cities in Silicon Valley, San Francisco is also one of the nation’s biggest hubs for entrepreneurship.
Phoenix may be the capital of Arizona, but it’s also the 5th largest in the nation. Surprisingly, it’s one of the most affordable large scale cities in the country! Here’s what makes up Phoenix’s startup ecosystem.
New York is a city by many names – The Big Apple, The Concrete Jungle, The City That Never Sleeps, and many more monikers. Not only is it the largest metropolitan area in the United States, it’s also known as the #1 city for female entrepreneurs and the #7 best city for startup activity.
A global powerhouse, Los Angeles is the fourth best city in the world for Research and Development. This comes as no surprise as it is ranked third in the nation for startup activity.
Home of the Alamo, San Antonio is a thriving community for entrepreneurs and potential startups.