Spectrum Location Solutions Blog

CEO Magazine: Texas, Florida Best States for Business; California, New York, Illinois the Worst

The following is from the Spring 2021 edition of Chief Executive magazine regarding their 2021 “The Best and Worst States for Business” …  While the top (Texas, Florida) and the bottom (just guess) of our annual rankings remain unchanged, what has changed are the stakes, with a gro...

Read More

Another Company Leaves California; Moves Headquarters & Manufacturing to Arizona

Bonelli Doors + Windows has relocated entirely from high-cost San Francisco to affordable Mesa, Arizona. The door and window designer and manufacturer created 35 new jobs and plans to hire more at its new facility, where it will design, manufacture and ship finished product. “Mesa is a great fit for...

Read More

California Business Losses Percolating As Coffee Company Heads for North Carolina

Puroast Coffee Company, Inc. is relocating from Woodland, in Yolo County, Calif., and placing its new headquarters, roasting and distribution operation in High Point, NC. Kerry Sachs, Puroast CEO, said, “High Point came out on top after an extensive search to locate our new operations – the workforc...

Read More

California Politicians Oddly Silent as Companies Large & Small Leave the State

What the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles had in common this week is that each lost still another company heading for the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. As a business person, former Californian and new Texan, I can understand why. Wiley X, which manufactures protective eyewear, will move its hea...

Read More

Site Selection Co. Joins ‘Mass Movement’ of Businesses Leaving California

McKinney, Texas (April 8, 2021) – Spectrum Location Solutions, a firm that identifies states and cities for companies seeking business-friendly environments, has taken its own advice by relocating from California and settling in Texas. “Companies of all sizes have begun to imagine a post-Covid futur...

Read More

CNBC: Why People & Companies Are Fleeing California

Aditi Roy, a CNBC reporter based in San Jose, identified some of the companies moving their headquarters out of California, which she included in her “Power Lunch” story about a record number of people leaving the state. “Spectrum Location Solutions [told] us between 2008 and 2019, 18,000 companies...

Read More