Mar 1, 2012 Whether it's Main Street or Silicon Valley, your business location can mean the
difference between success and failure. But more than that, your business
location is the linchpin for your reputation, your brand, and your profits. In fact,
choosing a business location is perhaps the single most important …

Pick your business location. Your business location determines the taxes, zoning
laws, and regulations your business will be subject to. You'll need to make a
strategic decision about which state, city, and neighborhood you choose to start
your business in.

A business coach or business plan consultant can also help you through this
process; ask around in your network of colleagues for referrals, or check with
your local Small Business Development Center for additional assistance. "Know
what your business plan [says] when you're looking for a location," says Tartt.

May 20, 2015 In their book Start Your Own Business, the staff of Entrepreneur Media Inc. guides
you through the critical steps to starting your business, then supports you in
surviving the first three years as a business owner. In this edited excerpt, the
authors outline 10 important criteria you should evaluate when …

Jun 30, 2017 Now might be the time to consider a move if it isn't, or possibly to open your
business in a nearby state if you live near a state line. The Small Business
Survival Index ranks the various U.S. states on how friendly they are to small
business. City – Rent and other costs, availability of labor, taxes, regulations …