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How Relocating Your Business Might Save Money

5 Reasons Why Moving Your Business Might Make Sense

Relocating a businessOne of the most important things an entrepreneur needs to consider before starting a new business is the location of the business. As a business owner, you do not want to open a business in an area that is not suitable for your products or services. While relocating your business is not easy, doing so might just prove to be all your business needs to succeed.

Here are five reasons why relocating your business to a different part of town, or even to another state, might be able to help you save money and improve profits over time.

#1 – Get Closer to Key Customers or Clients

If you run a business in one state but most of your top clients are located in another, then you might want to consider relocating your business to be closer to them. This will help reduce travel costs (if you travel to meet with them regularly in person) and help you provide more personalized attention.

Although the Internet makes it possible to work with companies on a global scale, being in close physical proximity to an industry hot-spot might provide your business with an array of new business opportunities.

#2 – Get Closer to Distribution Hubs

Have you ever wondered why so many company headquarters are located in cities like Louisville, Indianapolis, and Memphis? The reason is because these cities are distribution centers for the country’s primary shipping companies like FedEx and UPS. If your business relies heavily on distribution, then relocating to one of the country’s distribution hub cities could help you take advantage of expedited shipping and discounted rates.

#3 – Take Advantage of Innovative Technology

Some cities are just better equipped for today’s modern businesses. From fiber optic networks to next-generation processing and manufacturing plants to eco-friendly green technologies, many cities make new business technology an important part of their building strategies. Relocating your business to one of these areas could provide you with access to the latest technology at a greatly reduced cost.

#4 – Take Advantage of Government Incentives

All across the country, the government is trying to revitalize underutilized neighborhoods by offering small businesses a wealth of benefits, incentives, and tax credits for relocating to these areas. Doing so can help your business save money while also becoming an important part of a growing community.

#5 – Access to Business Funding and Incubators

Some areas are known for their small-business incubators. These groups help newer small businesses gain access to funding, inventory suppliers, and other essential business resources.

The best thing about these incubators is that they like to focus on bringing new businesses into areas where one may not have considered locating their businesses. In many cases, those in the incubators are familiar with the locations so they can provide valuable insight into whether or not a business is a suitable match for the area.

Dave Donovan

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Dave Donovan has written extensively for the web with a primary focus on articles targeting finance and business.