Columbus tops in Ohio among best cities for aspiring entrepreneurs
Story excerpt provided by Columbus Business First.
Written by Laura Newpoff.
Columbus has placed in the top 20 among big cities in the U.S. for best places to start a business.
That’s according to personal finance site NerdWallet.com which put the ranks together to coincide with Small Business Month in May. It analyzed the 50 biggest cities in the country and examined access to funding, access to talent (which includes measuring population growth), strength of the local economy, number of businesses per 100 residents and results from a survey of small-business owners to get a “business friendliness” rating, and cost of living.
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Originally published May 14, 2014.
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