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Best Startup Cities

Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson - Ever wondered if your city or town was considered fertile ground for launching a small business?  If so, you're in luck as Fortune Small Business and the Kauffman Foundation have compiled a list of the top 50 locations to start a business.  Check out the list and the reasons why each location made it at CNNMoney.

Is your city or town missing from Fortune's list?  Give us some information on your area and why it's great for small business in the comments!

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