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criteria for a site search:

The specifications for a site selection project are often referred to as criteria—referring to wants and needs to be met for satisfying the type of enterprise development endeavor that requires finding a location and/or real property to accommodate expansions or relocations for existing operations, likewise, for entrepreneurial projects. Entrepreneurs are enterprise developers.

Savvy enterprise developers set project specifications on which to base their decisions. They provide selection criteria to location data suppliers and other resource and service providers, discreetly so in many cases after, perhaps, taking heed from the wartime adage, loose lips sink ships, as it applies to enterprise development and site selection.

In regards to enterprise and economic development, those resource and service providers working within the latter process might be quick to ask about site selection criteria. For example, enonomic developers as area and local development representative


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Hot Spots for Finding Site Selection Resources:
  About Site Selection
  A glossary of terms that being with the word site
  Site Selection in the Enterprise & Economic Development Library
  Google the Web / Search Suggestions List (Site Selection)
  Seven-step site selection (scroll down for a look at a project in five-steps)

At one time it was suggested that there are five basic site selection steps. At another time 10 steps were suggested. Both suggestions, which were made by .network users several years ago, are show below. Over time in the suggestions the original links for expanding informational content became broken so they are now removed; however, the definition of site selection project currently shows seven basic steps with links. To search the Web for other thoughts about steps in the site selection process, CLICK HERE.

The site location process in 5 steps:

1. Organize a project profile and selection criteria

2. Reach into existing network of location data suppliers or build a network

3. Target a search region. Decide how and when to protect things confidential

4. Gather and analyze location data

5. Negotiate deals, seek incentives, and check offerings before making a final decision.

The site location process in 10 steps:

1. Organize an enterprise development project under the existing business plan

2. Incorporate enterprise development objectives into the site selection project

3. Organize appropriate selection criteria for providing to location data suppliers

4. Organize a strategy for protecting confidentiality during conversations and fieldwork

5. Determine how to deal with a network of resource and service providers

6. Select target search area and/or places of interest for gathering information

7. Seek out location data suppliers and begin gathering information

8. Analyze location data at each step in creating an ever more shortened list of choices

9. Visit places of interest to confirm offerings as well as to seek and negotiate incentives

10. Zero in on final location choices and make the decision for the optimum site

1. Develop a set of selection criteria within an enterprise development project which is confirmed as a business plan adjunct.
2. Layout a project plan that can be shared with resource and service providers such as location data suppliers—see project status suggestions.
3. Gather, analyze information from websites, location packages, or fieldwork.
4. Evaluate the list of considerations and shortlist before taking the final step
5. Negotiate offers and confirm facts before before making the final decision.
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