Executive Touch Reviews best Cities for Business Study in response to upcoming expansion
With the firm planning to expand their business throughout the US, Executive Touch in New York City reviews the findings of a recent “Best Cities to do Business” study to help them determine potential markets.
Executive Touch is an outsourced sales and marketing firm that has recently expanded to New York City, and has offices in many other parts of the world. The firm develops highly unique and personalized marketing campaigns on behalf of their clients’ brands. By connecting with consumers on a face-to-face basis the firm are able to create long-lasting and personal business connections between brand and consumer. This often leads to increased customer acquisition, brand awareness and brand loyalty for their clients.
Having recently opened an office in New York City the firm are now looking to expand into a new market in the US in response to a surge in client demand. The firm’s clients are looking to connect with more consumers in varying markets in order to increase their successes and Executive Touch believe that expanding their market reach will help to deliver the desired results and long-lasting connections their clients are searching for.
To help the firm make a decision on the best place to open their new office the firm has looked into a study conducted by WalletHub which has revealed the 10 best cities for business. WalletHub analysed the relative start-up opportunities in the 150 most populous US cities. Researchers ranked each city on 13 key metrics divided into two categories: access to resources and business environment. Access to resources focused on financing accessibility, office space affordability, employee availability and median annual income. Business environment was judged on factors like corporate taxes, cost of living, average workday length, workforce education level, entrepreneurial activity, five-year survival rate, number of small businesses per capita, industry variety and small business friendliness.
The top 10 businesses and their rankings are as follows:
Shreveport, Louisiana. Resources: 6; Environment: 13
Tulsa, Oklahoma. Resources: 18; Environment: 1
Springfield, Missouri. Resources: 1; Environment: 70
Chattanooga, Tennessee. Resources: 2; Environment: 65
Jackson, Mississippi. Resources: 4; Environment: 72
Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Resources: 39; Environment: 2
Memphis, Tennessee. Resources: 14; Environment: 39
Augusta, Georgia. Resources: 15; Environment: 21
Greensboro, North Carolina. Resources: 31; Environment: 11
Columbus, Georgia. Resources: 26; Environment: 19
Executive Touch say that they will keep this information in mind when determining potential markets for their latest expansion. The firm are confident that whichever city they choose to expand to their marketing campaigns will speak for themselves and always lead to success.