In business — as in real estate — it’s all about location, location, location. Despite the rise in remote-work arrangements, this sentiment holds true even if you don’t have a physical store. Where you put your headquarters can affect your ability to hire, as well as determine the business partners and investors you have easy access .
Looking to launch your next venture in a business-friendly climate? If you’re lucky enough to live near one of the following communities, you’re in luck. If not, consider whether a move will give your business the best odds possible of succeeding.
Here are the 25 cities worth moving to if you want to launch a startup
Despite being a place you’d normally associate with older retirees, Boca Raton has a surprisingly large number of tech startups — many of which were launched by veterans of the IBM plant that opened there in 1970. The city provides incentives to small business that relocate or expand to Boca Raton, in partnership with a variety of county and state business organizations.
A very diverse population makes this southern city a great place to launch a startup. There are also several business incubators located in the city, giving you access to the resources you need to grow at a rate you can afford.
There are great events, such as the annual Startup Weekend Miami, where entrepreneurs can form their ideas into companies and hear talks from seasoned business founders.