An informative new article written by young business entrepreneur Sawyer Howitt lists the top eight cities for entrepreneurs to set up shop in the United States.
The eight cities on the list were selected based upon a range of criteria, including the state of the local economy, access to capital, and availability of high-speed Internet service.
According to Sawyer Howitt’s article, the top city in America for young entrepreneurs to live and work in is San Francisco, California. Austin, Texas, is rated the second-most appealing city for business-minded Millennials, and is followed up by Salt Lake City, Utah.
Palo Alto, California, is the fourth-most desirable city for Millennials in Mr. Howitt’s estimation. Denver, Colorado, ranks at number five on the list, with Yorba Linda, California, taking the sixth position. The remaining cities, in ascending order are Minneapolis, Minnesota and Santa Monica, California.
Sawyer Howitt is a motivated and ambitious young man who just recently graduated from high school, and is already a genuine entrepreneur. Mr. Howitt works as a project manager at the Meriwether Group, a business adviser and acceleration company that was founded by his father.
In addition to his promising career in the world of business and finance, Sawyer Howitt is an excellent photographer, and top-rate racquetball player. As a member of his high school’s racquetball team, Sawyer maintained a very impressive playing record. Now an active member of a Portland, Oregon, racquetball club, Sawyer Howitt is considered to be a possible candidate for the Olympics by some people.
With an eye on the future, Sawyer Howitt is now involved with the development of RFID software technology at the Meriwether Group. This type of technology has the potential to significantly improve retail purchase experiences for consumers everywhere.