The 10 Most Recent Startup-Companies Cities In USA

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It is no surprise that San Francisco persists to nurture fast-growing startups, however other metropolitan centres are catching up. Credits go to strong talent pipelines, rising markets, and big exits, three Texas cities–Austin, Houston, and Dallas–are showing that coastal location is not necessary to launch successful startup companies.

Here are 10 U.S. cities which have the highest collective three-year revenue growth rates among this year’s Inc. 5000, a list of the fastest-growing private companies in the USA

Check them in ascending order of fast growth.

10. Dallas

3-year revenue growth 113% (Inc. 5000 companies 74)

Entrepreneurs rush to city for its low guidelines, zero corporate income taxes, and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center, or DEC, which is a nonprofit organization providing a hub for startup networking, mentor-ship, and funding. Among Dallas’s Inc. 5000 companies are computer consulting firm Allanta (No. 40) and online sporting-goods trader OrderMyGear (No. 1,443).

9. Houston

3-year revenue growth 117% (Inc. 5000 companies 84)

After the hit of Hurricane Harvey in 2017, the Houston area’s construction industry developed enormously to help reconstruct and repair the storm’s damage. Last year, the region guided the nation for construction job growth, as per the Associated General Contractors of America. Houston-based Inc. 5000 companies include oil pipeline services company JP Services (No. 792) and contractor services firm CC&D (No. 1,973).

8. Chicago

3-year revenue growth 141% (Inc. 5000 companies 110)

There’s extra to Chicago than harsh winters and deep-dish pizza: The city has a varied and healthy business culture, inciting tech behemoths like Stripe, Salesforce, Google, and Facebook to construct satellite offices there. Among this year’s best-growing Inc. 5000 businesses are e-commerce logistics company ShipBob (No. 99) and digital education startup RedShelf (No. 231).

7. Los Angeles

3-year revenue growth 160% (Inc. 5000 companies 102)

Generally, a lot combine this West Coast hub with Hollywood; however, this city is also an accommodating ecosystem for startups. Major industries include financial services and advertising and marketing. Startups founded there include customer acquisition firm MuteSix (No. 15) and data management provider VideoAmp (No. 387).

6. Denver

3-year revenue growth 161% (Inc. 5000 companies 48)

Denver has far more to present than high altitudes and pot dispensaries. Besides software firms like Apto (No. 2,019), which focuses in real estate, and OrthoFi (No. 2,091), which provides back-office services like billing and appointment reminders, the city is changing into a hotbed for food and beverage businesses. These are filtered water dispenser maker FloWater (No. 493) and committed contract brewery Sleeping Giant Brewing Company (No. 1,439).

5. Atlanta

3-year revenue growth 185% (Inc. 5000 companies 101)

The city is rich in tech talent. Thanks to the computer science and engineering programs at Georgia Tech, Morehouse, Spelman, and Clark Atlanta make the city rich in tech talent. That may clarify why merely over a quarter of the 101 Inc. 5000 Atlanta-based organisations are in the software and IT services industries. Generally, 2019 honorees comprise GreenPrint  (No. 71), which helps businesses reduce their environmental footprint, and coding boot camp DigitalCrafts (No. 117).

4. San Diego

3-year revenue growth 188% (Inc. 5000 companies 71)

With 24 incubators and accelerator programs, with strong talent pipelines from the University of California, San Diego, and close military bases, the city is a asylum for startups. San Diego’s 2019 Inc. 5000 honorees comprise non-pharmacological treatment startup Amenity Health (No. 96), plant-based protein drink maker Koia (No. 187), and eco-friendly beach towel business Sand Cloud (No. 308).

3. New York City

3-year revenue growth 197% (Inc. 5000 companies 199)

According to a 2018 report by the market research company Forrester, tech jobs are leading the New York City startup scene; the city has more tech professionals than the Bay Area. That’s helped unicorns like Warby Parker and WeWork, and the NYC-based Inc. 5000 companies. Among them are online investment company YieldStreet (No. 14), custom engagement ring site With Clarity (No. 18), and direct-to-consumer cookie dough venture Sweet Loren’s (No. 114).

2. Austin

3-year revenue growth 259% (Inc. 5000 companies 87)

Austin has turned into a sanctuary for startups, because of its high rate of entrepreneurship and job creation. The city earned the top spot on Inc.‘s 2018 Surge Cities list, which tracks the U.S. metro regions with the most financial momentum. Besides tech giants like Facebook, Amazon, and Apple, which all have stations in the area, the city possesses modern food businesses like No. 3, Cece’s Veggie Co., a veggie noodle maker, and No. 650, Maggie Louise Confections, a handmade chocolatier.

1. San Francisco

3-year revenue growth 413% (Inc. 5000 companies 52)

San Francisco regains its spot at the top because of its renowned startup ecosystem. As the Bay Area has long been known for developing unicorns–Airbnb, Stripe, and Uber were all established there–it’s also home to new, blooming startups like the print-on-demand platform Printify (No. 24) and eco-friendly home-goods delivery service Grove Collaborative (No. 87). If you can pay for the expensive rent, San Francisco stays one of the best environments for growing businesses.