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Portland is known locally as the “Silicon Forest” because their tech community is growing faster than the Silicon Valley’s.
The Sunshine State’s third largest city, Tampa, is gaining momentum as one of the Top 25 Best Big Cities to Start a Business.
Now more than ever, Austin’s entrepreneurial ecosystem is thriving. It was recently named the eighth-best large city to start a business, coming in at number four in the “Business Environment” category.
Augusta, GA ranks number 8 in the country as a top city for startups.
Greensboro ranks number 9 in the country as a top city for startups, and scores high as a result of its favorable business environment. (source- wallethub, April 2015)
Columbia, SC ranks number two of the TOP 10 Cities with the Lowest Startup Costs.
(source- smartasset.com, September, 2015)
Knoxville, TN ranks #4 on their listing of the TOP 10 Cities with the Lowest Startup Costs.
(source- smartasset.com, Septemeber 5th, 2015)
Salt lake City is the capital of Utah and it’s most populous city, and was announced as one of the best cities to found a startup.
(source- Datafox, December, 2015)