It's not unusual for business giants to flock to a particular location in a country or city. This could depend on factors such as business-tax rates, financial programs that might be on offer there, or the cost of living and how this compares to the national average. While places such as Silicon Valley may be well-known destinations for businesses, there are many more affordable and feasible locations in the United States for companies to set up shop.
Our latest infographic explores these up and coming business locations in the United States, along with which businesses have decided to settle there. For example, Apple and Facebook have offices based in Austin where individuals and corporations don't pay income tax.
While Microsoft and Twitter are taking advantage of Seattle, a location which has attracted more than $1.2 billion in venture funding. Take a look at the infographic below to find out more about these increasingly popular business locations.