Sawyer Howitt Take On The Best Cities For Young Entrepreneurs

Young entrepreneur and businessman Sawyer Howitt gives his thoughts on the best cities to live in as a millennial entrepreneur. Here they are:

Santa Monica, CA is a thriving community with 23,000 successful startup companies. The beautiful thing is 32 percent are started by women. Minneapolis, MN was ranked by Harvard Business Review as the top 2 city for innovators. There is 17 colleges and universities in town and there are great laws for small business owners. 83% of Yorba Linda, CA resident own their homes. The median income is over 121,000 and is ranked as one of the richest cities in the US. Denver, CO has a annual Denver Startup Week and there is a lot of support among higher education, state government, and industry leaders. Median income in Palo Alto is $147,700 and unemployment rate is a very low 2.6 percent. Many people go there to become multi-billionaires. Salt Lake city, UT is filled with mentors who are willing to help young entrepreneurs. It is one of the most affordable, cleanest, family friendly cities in the country. Austin, TX are welcoming entrepreneurs with open arms. For every 100,000 people, $1.7 million dollars in small business loans are issued. Last, but not least, San Francisco is a technology minded city with great food and entertainment. The median income is almost $62,000 and 45 percent of residents have a Bachelor’s degree under their belt. It is also known as one of the strongest business communities in America.

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Sawyer Howitt is the Project Manager at Meriwether Group in Portland, Oregon. He is has a fine grasp on what it takes financially and operationally to run a successful business. Sawyer Howitt previously worked at RFID Checkout as their Business Strategy Analyst.

Sawyer has only just graduated high school and is planning to attend the University California Berkeley in the fall 2017. He foresee graduating with their Entrepreneurial Finance degree program.

Learn more about Sawyer Howitt: http://www.fundacity.com/sawyer-howitt

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