data-driven location decisions
Our city data sheets give you an overview of cities identified for high-growth. Key metrics include cost, talent, quality of life, and connection. Also gain insights on recent investments and strategic sectors.
A major city, home to Fortune 500 companies and the world’s largest airport, Atlanta has become a growing center of innovation and a place companies set up for long term growth.
A fast-growing high-tech city with a vibrant art and music scene as well as an affordable cost of living. Tech companies large and small thrive here, as the city attracts talent from across the country to fill the offices of diverse firms. Local venture capital, incubators, and accelerators attract entrepreneurs and innovators.
Built in Austin
With a long history of welcoming innovators and a large cluster of Fortune 500 company HQs, Chicago has more recently attracted a number of fintech, consumer and big data startups that are finding their growth in the Windy City. With plenty of museums, music, and food to keep residents entertained.
Built in Chicago
With close proximity to several Fortune 500 companies, and a local government and foundation community investing in the future—Columbus is working overtime to become a leader in smart city technology and increasing mobility and connectivity.
Telecoms and software companies have thrived here historically, while cybersecurity firms are gathering in clusters here as well. Beyond the successful commercial scene lies a place where art, education, and sports have deep roots and are rich in local culture.
Denver has become a competitive market for innovation and values its tech culture of relationships, mentorship, and education. Meanwhile, the snow-capped peaks, diverse food scene, breweries and vibrant culture made the city an easy sell.
Nicknamed the “Crossroads of America”, Indianapolis is well-connected to other Midwest cities and the rest of the country. Dozens of B2B tech companies have set up shop and entrepreneurs tend to stay for the long-term in this growing tech hub.
Tech companies across a range of industries have found success and a home in Kansas City. Women-led firms have thrived in the ecosystem as well. The city maintains a great price-to-income ratio and high scores on quality of life factors.
KC Tech Council
Kansas City Women in Technology
Historically, much of the city’s entrepreneurial focus has been around healthcare technology and music, and Nashville continues to expand into more industries and attract talent. Like it’s music, the city has a little bit of everything to offer in its growing job market.
The city is affectionately known as “The Connected Place” and has become ground zero for several tech-based industry disruptors. Phoenix also flaunts a myriad of outdoor attractions and relatively low cost of living.
Pittsburgh’s top-tier talent, affordability, quality of life, accessibility, and key industry clusters make it a valuable fit in the growth playbook of expanding companies. Pittsburgh’s history of innovation plus it’s world-class Universities have given it’s robotics, AI and software firms a leg up.
Raleigh is at the center of one of the world’s largest regional research centers—the Research Triangle. Surrounded by world class universities, fast growing technology companies and a high quality of life, Raleigh is hitting it’s stride as a technology hub.
Salt Lake City’s tech scene is spread across several neighborhoods with individual startup identities. The nearby ski slopes and plenty of outdoor activities attracts new residents and ensures long-term locals stay to build their careers.
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