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The “Sparkling City by the Sea” is driven largely by the oil industry. Corpus Christi’s been ranked as a Top 5 City for Hispanic entrepreneurs, and Texas itself is considered one of the best states to start a business.
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As Charleston’s economy grows and develops, entrepreneurship is becoming an increasingly viable option for people in coal country.
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BoomStartup is Utah’s top accelerator program. We offer both a General Technology (GenTech) accelerator as well as an Education Technology (EdTech) accelerator.
Initially settled as a fur trading hub, South Bend has been making strides to establish itself as an economic and entrepreneurial powerhouse. It’s considered to have the 2nd lowest cost of living in the U.S.
Though the St. Louis Arch shares the nickname, Omaha became known as the Gateway to the West due to its central location and status as a transportation hub. Today, the city is perhaps best known economically for being the headquarters of conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway.
Aviatra not only address the challenges women face when it comes to business ownership, but we also recognize and maximize the exceptional strengths that are unique to the female entrepreneur.
As part of the Rio Grande Tech Corridor, Albuquerque is home to a number of high-tech companies and is one of the 10 best for STEM workers in 2018.