Location matters when founding a startup. The location an entrepreneur chooses can create meaningful business partnerships with local government, investors, and accelerators.
In the past, startups flocked to Silicon Valley, New York City, Boston, or Seattle. These cities shared 76% of venture capital money among them in 2017. Today, however, the startup landscape is changing. Entrepreneurs still rely on these heavy hitters, but they are also choosing relative outliers for their business homes. If you’re starting a business, it may be time to pack up and move to one of these six startup-friendly cities.
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Written by Stephen Moyers.