Best Cities for Young Entrepreneurs to Start Small Businesses

An entrepreneur, especially a young one, needs more than just a great idea to get a business off the ground. Funding, mentorship, networking opportunities and a city’s affordability all play pivotal roles in the success of a new small business.

With this in mind, NerdWallet took a look at the best U.S. cities for young entrepreneurs.

1. Arlington, Virginia

2. Madison, Wisconsin

3. Lincoln, Nebraska

4. Minneapolis, Minnesota

5. Denver, Colorado

6. Seattle, Washington

7. Austin, Texas

8. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

9. Plano, Texas

10. Omaha, Nebraska

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