Hiring the right people is an essential part of making any new startup successful. In the past, entrepreneurs starting new companies were mostly limited to hiring full-time or part-time employees that lived within commuting distance of the startup’s location.
If you think Uber, the famous transportation startup, is just offering car rides then you should know that, well, you’re wrong. The tech startup has always considered providing innovative solutions, and its helicopter service – usually called UberCopter or UberCHOPPER – is one of the less-known ones.
Tech startups usually come to mind with the phrase “Silicon Valley”, and surrounding areas, but there are many places to start or run a business or startup in the United States. In this article we take a look (techalook!) at some of the best places for following entrepreneurship dreams. The major factors considered were funding, state tax, business launching expenses, the cost of living, abundant of workforce and so on.