Holland Ranked No. 1 Small City in U.S. to Start a Business
Known for it's gorgeous beaches along Lake Michigan and Lake Macatawa and the Tulip Time Festival, Holland is now being recognized for another reason!
The personal finance website compared the cities across three key areas: Business environment, access to resources, and business costs.
Wallethub looked at 15 different metrics, like average length of work week, number of startups per 100,000 residents, prevalence of investors, and cost of living.
Holland came out No. 1 in Wallethub's 2016 Best Small Cities to Start a Business list!
As far as other Michigan towns to make the top 100, Southfield was ranked 32nd, Kentwood came in at No. 51, Eastpointe came in No. 65, and Portage was ranked 82nd.
A Michigan city did have the shortest average work week: Wallethub found East Lansing's work week to be 28 hours.