Best Cities to Start a Small Business in 2016: Not Your Average List

Best Cities to Start a Small Business in 2016: Not Your Average List

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Best Cities to Start a Small Business in 2016: Not Your Average List

Are you thinking about starting a business this year? There are cities out there that beat out of the rest as the best cities to start a business. Thinking of moving? Maybe one of these cities will be in your business plan.

According to Wallet Hub’s analytics, these are the top 15 cities for businesses. They took a sample of 1268 small cities and measured in 15 metrics for success. Some include: inexpensive office spaces, tax prices, and average growth in number of small businesses.

  1. Holland, MI
  2. North Chicago, IL
  3. Brighton, NY
  4. Jefferson City, MO
  5. La Vergne, TN
  6. Inver Grove Heights, MN
  7. Clearfield, UT
  8. Dothan, AL
  9. Cheyenne, WY
  10. Deerfield Beach, FL
  11. Enid, OK
  12. Wilson, NC
  13. Irondequoit, NY
  14. East Chicago, IN
  15. Deer Park, TX

This list differs from many other lists out there because this list compiles small cities that have succeeding small businesses versus lists that top large metropolitan areas as the winners. These large areas of small businesses have a lot of competition. Starting your small business in a thriving small city gives your business plenty of opportunity to grow.

To view the full list of cities and rankings, visit WalletHub.

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