Known as the Insurance Capital of the World, Hartford is a high-ranked city for economic measures and a growing city of entrepreneurship.
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One of the oldest cities in the nation, Philadelphia has a history as an important political and business hub; that said, it is still home to a number of established businesses – most notably Comcast – and startups alike.
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Pittsburgh, aka the Steel City, is the is the second largest city in Pennsylvania and is an up and coming tech hub to watch in the U.S.
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Nicknamed the “Pittsburgh of the South,” Birmingham continues to be home to a number of well-known companies, especially those involved in steel or iron production such as McWane or O’Neal Steel.
Known primarily as a cultural destination, New Orleans’ status as a port city has long made it one of the region’s premier economic hubs. Home to some more-established businesses, the city is also the third-youngest entrepreneurship scene in the country.
Known as America’s first boomtown, Rochester is home to a number of well-known businesses, including Kodak and Western Union. More recently, Rochester has become known as a place for new ventures and entrepreneurship.
US News & World Report ranked Georgia as the ninth-most active state for entrepreneurship, with Savannah becoming a top city for African-American owned businesses.
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.