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Top places for entrepreneurs

New York City could be a great destination for entrepreneurs.

New York City could be a great destination for entrepreneurs.

Optimistic and advantageous entrepreneurs may be looking for the perfect destination to start a new company and begin their life in the business world. Start-ups are popular throughout much of the country, but there are some major locales that may be perfect for your next venture, depending on what the company idea entails.

Some places are better than others when it comes to start-up locations, depending on what type of business you are trying to start. If you are ready to get your moving containers and shift to a new area, there may be a place for you in one of these cities.

Denver
One city that may be great location for starting a business is Denver. The capital of Colorado has a growing business scene, Business Insider noted. This also is a popular recreational area, so this could be even more attractive if you want to start a new company in a place that is popular among winter sports enthusiasts. The city is large and may be one of the top options to begin a new business in the Rocky Mountains.

Dallas
If Texas is more of your thing, then heading to Dallas could be a smart choice for an entrepreneur. Small businesses are very popular in the city, with four-fifths of its businesses in this category, Kiplinger noted. So many small companies may be attracted to this city because of the Lone Star State's low taxes, specifically when located in the Dallas area. Local clients may be easy to obtain, as there are more than 6 million people in the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan statistical area.

Boston
Entrepreneurial excursions are very popular in Boston, as the capital of Massachusetts has many college graduates who come out with degrees and create start-ups, Business Insider noted. Many tools and companies are available in the city that cater directly to entrepreneurs who want to get their business off the ground. Additionally, with highly regarded educational institutions, there are actually many new technology-based companies in the city.

Orlando
The Southeast also has its host of options for those trying to get a new business going. One of these locations is Orlando, which not only has a good number of start-ups, but it also has support structures for people with business ideas. This includes the University of Central Florida's Business Incubation program, as it works to help companies get started in the city, Kiplinger explained. This university department already works with many companies involved in engineering, environmental services and biotechnology.

Additionally, close to one-quarter of Florida residents have at least a bachelor's degree, the website said. That's not bad for a metro area of more than 2 million.

New York City
Another city that may be a more obvious destination is New York. Pretty much any entrepreneur may be able to get the tools they need to get started while staying here, so this could be a good destination, Business Insider said. The business world around the country is centered in the city, as it is home to The New York Stock Exchange, as well as NASDAQ.

With many technology companies residing in the city, it may be close to the top of the list for entrepreneurs in that sector. The website said that the city has garnered the nickname of "Silicon Alley" because of its burgeoning start-ups.

Finally, the city is also quite vibrant, which may help encourage you to move there beyond the great business prospects. With a sizable population comes a large number of nightly activities, as well as a wide-ranging music scene.