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
Before you sign on the dotted line, find out just what you need to watch out for--and have included--in your retail location lease.
Got the itch to move? Looking to expand? Our Hot Cities rankings are back for 2005 and ready to help point you in the right direction.
Don't let your messy office hold you back--clear the clutter, spruce up the design, and organize the space so it works for you.
Few locations are perfect from day one. To make the most of your location, learn about the different aspects of buildings and which professionals can help you renovate your location to your liking.
Even if your neighborhood's not zoned for business, you can still run a legal e-commerce or mail order business out of your home. Find out how.
Before you sign a lease for a commercial location, read these tips from a legal expert to protect yourself and your new business.
Getting your new office off the ground? Plan for success with these essentials.
To buy or not to buy? That's the hot-button question if you're renting your business location.
Stumped about what to sell at a kiosk? Find out how to get the ideas rolling.
Take these factors into account when assessing a potential location for your business.
Finding office space on a budget just got a whole lot easier.
Care to let your entrepreneurial fortunes ride out in the Nevada desert?
Don't let the big boxes win without a fight. There's plenty of room for start-ups to make their mark in retail.
Just because you can get a good deal doesn't mean that Swampland is a good location for your business.
Think you know the face of urban America? The U.S. city is in for a workout.
Think your city is too small to build a business in? How does population 650 sound?
Get your name out there with the perfect signage for your business.
Get the facts on leasing before you sign on the dotted line.
Offices may become a distant memory once the wide-open workplace comes to town.
The next entrepreneurial hot spot may be coming soon to a city near you.
For this entrepreneur, having his operations in another country makes perfect sense.
Looks like an office, smells like an office . . . well, even if it doesn't, it's an office.
Women are doing it; new data indicates just how much.
Sharing space can conserve your start-up cash.
Clinton and Congress move toward increasing incentives for entrepreneurs ready to take on low-income communities.