Marcus Hiles – Entrepreneurs Are Headed to Texas in 2018

The Entrepreneurial Scene Pinpoints Three Texas Locations as Providing some of the Best Opportunities Nationwide for 2018

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Marcus Hiles

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Dallas-based Entrepreneur & Property Developer

Marcus Hiles

DALLAS, March 09, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A study recently published by the SMB online resource hub FitSmallBusiness highlights three Texas metros as being amongst the top 10 best locations for entrepreneurs in 2018.

Focused on uncovering how particular areas can fast-track entrepreneurial success with businesses built off opportunity rather than necessity; the online report takes an in-depth look into the nation’s top 40 metropolitan areas to compare against the desirability each presents to entrepreneurs and business minded people.

Using a checklist built around the keys to a location’s influence on new business; topics on business communities, capital investment, state regulations and sustainable infrastructure were considered.

Three of Texas’ largest cities DFW, Houston and Austin made it into the number four, five and nine spots; beating out all other states on the list as having the most popular and investable locations for entrepreneurs nationwide.

“The specific advantages of these three Texas cities centers around their affordability, expansive commercial space, and state funded investments in the commercial and community development of the area.” states Marcus Hiles, a leading Dallas property developer and entrepreneur.

See how each Texas city ranked among the report’s qualifying categories and what other metro areas rounded out the top ten, in the full report on marcushiles.net.

Marcus Hiles – Dallas-based Entrepreneur & Property Developer
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