Maps for Multi-Business Owners

Posted on January 8, 2013


For business owners with multiple store locations, managing your stores, especially when they are spread out over a large area, can be complicated.  MarketMAPS shows you how high quality maps can help you easily manage multiple business locations. 


When a business owner wants to expand, a natural step is to look for a second, third, or fourth store location.  Gas stations, restaurant franchises, retail stores: each of these businesses benefit from having multiple locations.  But when your stores are spread out over a wide area—a city, a county, a state, or the entire country—managing and understanding each business site can be a bit tricky.


A business owner should know his stores inside and out.  This means knowing the customer base, market share, and competition for each location.  This may be a simple task when you have 1 store, but when you have 5, 6, or 10 stores, acquiring that knowledge can be difficult.


Business Location Map

Start by marking your business locations on a map.  Mapping your business locations will help you analyze things like demographics, drive time, distance, competitors, and other factors that impact your business.


Use demographic maps to better understand your customer base and the potential of a particular location.  You can also plot competitor locations onto a demographic map to determine your market share.


A map is a great way to geographically organize data and to better understand the impact of locations.  If you need to plot any locations onto a map, view demographics for any area, or create a custom map, contact MarketMAPS.  We publish the most complete selection of maps of the US and the world.  We also create demographic, business location, and custom maps created to your specifications.


Contact MarketMAPS today.  We can help you better manage multiple business locations



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