- July 17, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
ACROSS CONNECTICUT — If you ever thought about starting a business in Connecticut, a new ranking shows that it’s neither the best nor the worst place to open up shop. Instead, CNBC’s latest ranking places the Nutmeg State solidly in the middle.
The TV network released its annual ranking of top states for business this week, which looks at how well Connecticut and other states are doing in attracting and fostering business ownership and operations. The network’s latest ranking places the Nutmeg State solidly in the middle.
In the past, Connecticut has traditionally ranked poorly. It came in at No. 37 on CNBC’s list of the top states for business in 2018. A year later it took the No. 35 spot. The good news is that the state saw big improvements in 2021, jumping 11 spots since the last ranking to No. 24 out of 50 states.
“Reasonable regulations and innovative workers sweeten what can be a higher-cost deal in the Nutmeg State,” CNBC said.
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