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Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight: Trenton-Ewing, NJ
As the capital of the state, Trenton and Ewing NJ have a history as the social and economic center of the region.
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight: Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta, CA
The Santa Barbara – Santa Maria – Goleta cities are home to a number of colleges and universities, a robust agricultural environment, and several major aerospace and defense companies.
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight: Rochester, MN
Home to the Mayo Clinic and one of IBM’s largest facilities, Rochester has earned the motto “America’s City of Care and Innovation.”
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight: Palm Bay, Melbourne, and Titusville, FL
Florida’s Palm Bay, Melbourne, and Titusville area has an economy centered around the nearby Kennedy Space Center, entrepreneurship, and business.
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight: Kokomo, IN
Kokomo, IN earned the nickname “City of Firsts” after several innovations were made in the automotive manufacturing industry.
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight: Ithaca, NY
Ithaca may be a small area, but it’s a robust environment for entrepreneurs with close proximity to Cornell University.
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight: Cedar Rapids, IA
Located on the banks of the Cedar River in the country’s “bread basket,” Cedar Rapids is a major city for the agricultural industry. That said, it’s not just waves of grain that fuel the Cedar Rapids economy: entrepreneurship has become an increasingly large part of the area’s business environment.
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight: Binghamton, NY
Due to its location near railroad crossings, the Binghamton area has a long history as a manufacturing center and economic hub for the region, leading to it being nicknamed “Valley of Opportunity.”
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem Spotlight: Appleton, WI
Originally settled in 1847 and later incorporated as a city in 1857, Appleton has a long history as the center of the Fox River Valley region, becoming a cultural and economic hotspot.