Depending on your business, location can be key to connecting with a market, funding and a customer base. These articles help guide you through the process of finding the perfect location for your needs.
News and Articles About Location
The location of your startup's office might be a factor in attracting top talent.
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Often the cost of rent is a top consideration when choosing a retail space. But focus on the dollars and you might be missing out on essential ways to grow your business.
Choosing an office space in a strategic locale can help grow your business. Here are six factors to keep in mind when considering where to base your business.
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Angel investor and real estate mogul Barbara Corcoran shares her tips for entrepreneurs looking to rent an office, retail space, or even a restaurant.
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How small retailers are building new kinds of stores.
Retailers can learn about such opportunities from brokers, matchmaking services or simply word-of-mouth.
When it comes to landing federal procurement contracts, getting certified under various set-aside programs can improve your chances. But a HUBZone status can easily slip away as an area changes.
Find out how your state and county compare to the rest of U.S.
Careful planning can head off potential problems with your retail space before it's too late.
Some retailers find they need a bricks-and-mortar store, not just an online site, to thrive.
Aiming to fill vacancies, shopping centers partner with franchise companies to pre-approve space for new chain locations.
A company ditches its traditional office for a cost-effective space that better reflects the way it does business.
When you have something to sell, being stuck in one place isn't always a winning idea. Fortunately, there is an alternative.
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