2013-05-03 04:00:55 Starting Up English https://d2yxjugd6jl4bj.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/08231305/get-paid.jpeg The Top Cities for Female Entrepreneurs [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Top Cities for Female Entrepreneurs [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The number of female entrepreneurs is on the rise and (thanks in part to Lean In) so is their optimism about growth opportunities for their business. If you are looking to jump into entrepreneurship or grow your existing business, location could make a difference. Some cities in America are better for women entrepreneurs who want to make it big.

So before you start buying QuickBooks and diving in head first, check out the infographic below, including the seven tips to get yourself up for success.

Infographic by Column Five

Whether you move to any of the cities above is up to you, but don’t let obstacles get in the way of your entrepreneurial dreams. For help to get you off the ground and on your way, look into some available resources for women entrepreneurs, including if you’re looking for angel funding or you’re at the point to seek out venture capital.

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