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6 Reasons Creative Businesses Should Look at Indianapolis

Few people dream of visiting or moving to Indianapolis. At least not yet. But after a weeklong visit--zipping all over town from world-class arts institutions to world-class dive bars--I came away distinctly surprised. I believe Indy can hold its own against other thriving urban centers from Seattle to Boston. And I'm not alone. Last year Metropolis design and architecture magazine ranked Indianapolis one of "The World's Most Livable Cities", and Huffington Post declared it one of seven "Most Underrated Cities for Millennials".
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