As startup culture gets popular and popular everyday, small cities and towns are becoming great places for entrepreneurs, besides other big cities. Some of are born in big and crowded cities and actually can’t leave them. If you are a city-loving entrepreneur, you don’t actually move to make your dream a reality.
Wallethub made a research and announced the best largest cities to launch a startup by analyzing 150 most populated cities in the U.S.
The criteria was; business environment, access to resources and business costs. Among these main categories there are also 18 smaller categories that were analyzed.
Oklahoma City takes the first place with it’s highest overall score and became the number one best large city to launch a startup, according to the research from Wallethub. The followers were Salt Lake City and Charlotte, N.C.
If you are an entrepreneur and live in Seattle, may be it’s time to move on according to Wallethub, as it’ has the lowest overall score in the list.
Here is the list of best large cities to start a business according to Wallethub:
- Oklahoma City
- Salt Lake City
- Charlotte, N.C.
- Tulsa, Okla.
- Grand Rapids, Mich.
- Durham, N.C.
- St. Louis, Miss.
- Austin, Texas
- Amarillo, Texas
- Sioux Falls, S.D.