Looking for a place for your start-up business? What about Nashville?
Nashville is the fifth best city in the country for start-ups according to a survey from Nerd Wallet Finance. The survey was an analysis of the 50 largest cities in the country rated by: access to funding, human capital, local economy, business friendliness, and affordability.
Nashville received an “A” for small business friendliness. The C&I loan under $250,000 lent per capita in 2013 for Nashville was at $315.22. And, the unemployment rate is down to 5.6%. The cities that rated ahead of Nashville were Oklahoma City, OK, Miami, FL, Omaha, NB, and Raleigh, NC.
There are some excellent resources for start-ups in Nashville such as:
Nashville is a hub for healthcare, automotive, finance and information technology industries. Additionally Nashville economic growth has been faster than the national average according to News Channel 5, making it a great location to start a business and invest in real-estate.