Best Business Cities 2005

Posted by on Mar 06 2006

The Milken Institute has released it’s “2005 Best Performing Cities.” It ranks large and small metro areas based on several business factors, including job growth and wage growth. If part of your marketing strategy is to sell to other businesses, you’ll want to look at this report:


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  1. SayitBetterKare

    Karyn, following up on this report, if you’ve not yet read Richard Florida’s books, you may want to as they have direct application to small business owners, especially those who think for a living… and where they want to live (and how cities can attract them):
    The Rise of the Creative Class
    The Flight of the Creative Class
    ….I am enjoying reading your articles, by the way (in this hotel room on a Sat. night, before speaking tomorrow)… if you ever want to offer your readers some fresh insights how to become top of mind with their kind of clients through “SmartPartnerships, I’d be honored to suggest some

    12 Mar 2006 at 3:49 am

  2. Karyn GreenstreetNo Gravatar

    Thanks for the book suggestions! (Ah, another reason for a trip to Barnes & Noble!)

    16 Mar 2006 at 10:39 pm

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