When you open a small business, there is a lot to think about.
Your daily thoughts will likely be focused on how you'll get funding, promote the opening and attract customers. Among this to-do list, one of the more important points to address early on is where your business will be located. It may seem like a simple thing, but choosing a spot can make or break your endeavor.
Of course, in certain situations, your selection may be limited. Commercial real estate is more expensive in some cities than others, and your bank account may only allow for a small pool of options. Whether you have free reign over what the area offers or are working with a pretty short list, there are a few things you should consider when shopping for the location of your small business.
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