Location

10 Things to Consider When Choosing a Location for Your Business

If you're opening a restaurant where five restaurants have failed, make sure you find out why.

This Is the Living Wage You Need in All 50 States

Is the average salary enough to get by in your state?

GOBankingRates

5 Winning Strategies for Building a Tech Business Beyond the Bay Area

Tech startups have finally cracked the code to succeeding outside San Francisco. Will they make it last?

Zach Ferres

You Might Be Overlooking One Unexpected Factor About Your Company's Diversity: Location

If attracting diverse candidates is important to your company, you must be located in an area accessible by all parts of the population.

Jeff Mazur

VC Confidential: Why Investors Say No

An investor-turned-entrepreneur describes the view from the other side of the table.

Eyal Lifshitz

Silicon Valley Success Doesn't Require the Silicon Valley Address

Greater San Francisco isn't overrated, just overpriced. It pays to consider starting up where necessities, from housing to talent, haven't already been bid up to the stratosphere.

Todd Olson

This Delectable Donut Shop Has Grown Tremendously -- Out of a Car Wash

Scott Levine started Underwest Donuts four years ago, and now has a second location at one of New York's busiest train stations.

6 Key Questions to Get You Set Up Where You Want to Be

'Location, location, location' is not just for judging retail space. Every company that can should evaluate where to establish itself by both soft and hard metrics.

Jake Rheude

Amazon's Search for HQ2 Proves That Location, Location, Location Is Still What Matters Most

Even if your customers can be anywhere in the world, your company has to be somewhere your employees want to live.

Samuel Edwards

Love the Boonies! 5 Tips for Recruiting Top Talent for a Rural Location

A small-town location has financial perks. Just make sure you start recruiting early.

Rich Kahn

5 Factors to Weigh When Choosing Your Company's Headquarters

Don't follow the crowd and set up shop in a popular startup area. Instead, ask yourself, "Why?"

Here's How WeWork Pinpoints the Perfect Locations for Its Co-Working Spaces in Neighborhoods

When evaluating potential office locations in new markets, the workspace provider doesn't just rely on luck.

Lydia Belanger