Written by: Ecopreneurist
For some types of ventures, the location can make a big difference in their success, and it’s not only relevant in real estate and brick and mortar businesses, but many other kinds of startups as well. Factors such as the tax rate, the cost of living, and the available workforce, among others, can affect how well a startup performs, and while those factors are secondary to the actual business itself, choosing the right location can be an important part of the puzzle.
To illustrate this, the folks at the Washington State University College of Business published the following infographic:
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