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More Posts on Relocation
A recruitment effort within the state's second-largest city wants to entice more remote workers to settle there. It'll even throw in an Airbnb credit so you can try before you buy.
He needed to escape the "negative energy." Shouldn't you?
Expansion can be one of the best ways to drive growth. It is also inherently high-risk.
There is huge opportunity plus a lot of very nice, energetic people between the coasts.
The Midwest is very welcoming of startups, but a lot of VCs and talent are still located on the coasts.
Don't follow the crowd and set up shop in a popular startup area. Instead, ask yourself, "Why?"
When it comes to big decisions like opening up a new location, it often helps to sweat the small stuff. Here's a quick list of questions I ended up having to ask myself when my company made the move from New York to St. Louis.
'Star Trek' introduced us to the concept of teleportation. But that's not an option when your company faces the stress of moving its location and workers.
Want lower costs, a stronger community and a higher profile for your great idea? Quit flying over the newest startup hot spots.