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Montpelier, VT has a small population with a large number of businesses located within the state’s capital.
As New Hampshire’s capital, Concord has a long history of being an economic hub for the state.
As the capital of the state, Trenton and Ewing NJ have a history as the social and economic center of the region.
The Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta cities are home to a number of colleges and universities, a robust agricultural environment, and several major aerospace and defense companies.
Home to the Mayo Clinic and one of IBM’s largest facilities, Rochester has earned the motto “America’s City of Care and Innovation.”
Florida’s Palm Bay, Melbourne, and Titusville area has an economy centered around the nearby Kennedy Space Center, entrepreneurship, and business.
Kokomo, IN earned the nickname “City of Firsts” after several innovations were made in the automotive manufacturing industry.
Ithaca may be a small area, but it’s a robust environment for entrepreneurs with close proximity to Cornell University.
Located on the banks of the Cedar River in the country’s “bread basket,” Cedar Rapids is a major city for the agricultural industry. That said, it’s not just waves of grain that fuel the Cedar Rapids economy: entrepreneurship has become an increasingly large part of the area’s business environment.