The Best Cities to Start and Grow a Business. Top 100 List!

There is such a thing as fertile ground for start-ups. Some locations have just the right factors needed for the success of a particular business -- lots of available capital, a skilled labor pool, the enriching atmosphere created by universities, advanced transportation facilities, and good roads, not to mention the psychic rewards of great weather, and in one instance you'll read about here, proximity to the beach.

Inc. Magazine highlights the Top 50 Best Large Metro Areas for Entrepreneurial Businesses and the 50 Best Small Metro Areas for Entrepreneurial Businesses.

See if your city is among the Top 100.

Editorial Note: AccountingWEB's home town of Indianapolis is ranked number five on the Top 100 List!

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