Originally founded as a hub for the major railroads, its location has attracted a number of manufacturing, financial and healthcare companies to Florence, SC.
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Montgomery has a long history as a staple for the agricultural economy, but the city is now an emerging entrepreneur destination for technology startups.
Just south of Chicago, Champaign-Urbana is fostering a growing community of entrepreneurs and innovators.
Asheville is a dynamic artistic, historic, and scenic hub nestled in the blue ridge mountains of North Carolina. Entrepreneurs across the east coast flock to this area as it’s consistently ranked as one of the best cities to start a business.
Nicknamed the “Heart of New York,” Syracuse has morphed from a major manufacturing city to a growing center for entrepreneurship, especially for students.
The Entertainment Capital of the World, Las Vegas is also home to several major companies – especially gambling-based ones.
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.
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.
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.