In order to succeed in the digital age, the traditional bricks and mortar store needs to make changes that enable them to move with the times. By embracing the multi-channel retail solutions available, you can keep your bricks and mortar store relevant in the digital age.
Moving into a new office can be exciting, especially if you are opening a new business or expanding your organization. The problem is that the prospect of hiring more talented people and bringing in more business might take your attention away from services that should be in place for a successful business environment.
Where is the best place for startups to, well, start up? GoodApril, a tax-planning startup based in San Francisco, compared maximum personal income tax, property tax, median tech-employee earnings, the cost of housing, and the cost of office space. Then they ranked the top seven startup cities in the US.
Moving is always a hassle, no matter if it’s to a new state, city, or even just down the street. Moving can be even more stressful if you’re not only relocating your life, but also your company. Sometimes, however, moving is necessary to grow you business, especially if you started your company in your home or college town.
Below you’ll find a list of points to consider while you’re searching for your businesses ideal office space. Unfortunately there is no such thing as a definitively ‘perfect’ space (and if there was, then chances are it would be pretty unaffordable) but there is such a thing as a perfect office space for YOU and YOUR business.
When deciding where to locate your startup, there are a number of factors to consider. With no clear right or wrong answer, I’ve put together a list of questions to ask yourself when choosing a location for your startup.
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