Ted S. Warren, Associated Press
Entrepreneurs are targeting specific cities for their next business ventures, according to The Atlantic Cities. In a study done by Endeavor, a nonprofit research organization, entrepreneurs spoke about what they look for in office and business locations, saying that “size matters” and “a city also needs to be able to appeal to the young and the restless,” The Atlantic Cities reported.
“The entrepreneurs surveyed were a highly mobile bunch when they first started out,” The Atlantic Cities reported. “They moved often and easily in the early phases of their careers, following personal ties or certain lifestyle amenities while also seeking the right environment to launch their enterprises. But eighty percent of respondents had lived in their current city for at least two years before launching their companies, meaning that cities had to catch them early.”
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