The success of your small business startup will have a lot to do with its location. It’s wise to put your business in an area where you have easy access to your target market, especially if you’ll have a storefront. If you’ve been thinking about the location for your small business startup, you may want to consider Texas. There are many cities in Texas that are booming economically (i.e. Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio). This could mean big bucks for your small business startup.
Why Choose Texas for Your Small Business Startup?
Well, there are number of reasons you may want to choose Texas to launch your small business startup. According to the site Texas Wide Open for Business, Texas is economically strong, with a fair legal system, excellent infrastructure, low taxes, a great quality of life and a skilled workforce. Here are a few other reasons listed on the site on why it can be a great location to launch your small business startup–
- com pins Texas as the “best state for future job growth.”
- CNBC labels Texas “America’s top state of infrastructure” and the “2nd best state for business.”
- CEOs name Texas “the best state for business for the 11th year in a row.”
- Business Facilities names Texas the “top state for renewable energy, natural gas production, exports, and infrastructure.”
Texas also offers location assistance for small business startups. The Economic Development & Tourism Division of the Texas State Governor’s Office helps national and international businesses find a location that best suits their needs. Go here for more information.
Get Funding to Launch Your Small Business Startup in Texas
If you live in another state besides Texas but you are contemplating launching your small business startup in Texas (or if you do live in Texas), you’ll most likely need funding for a location. There are funding programs available through the Texas State Governor’s Economic Development Office. LenCred advisors can also help you obtain funding to launch your small business startup in Texas. In fact, it may be easier for you to get funding with LenCred’s help than to work with the Texas State Governor’s Office. Go here to learn more about how you can get up to $200k for your small business startup in Texas.