Spectrum Location Solutions
  Why Get Help?

There is no such thing as a "perfect" community, an "ideal" city, or a "matchless" region. But there are "optimal" locations that meet your future business needs. Locating them requires an organized, systemic, unbiased approach.

Selecting a new site for expansion, relocation or consolidation is a relatively infrequent event that requires expertise not normally found among internal staffs. In fact, such projects can seriously distract executives and managers from normal business operations.

Because you've got a company to run, you can free up your time by relying on impartial experts to help in ways that are tailored to meet your requirements.

The first step is understanding your business issues. We will discuss in complete confidence your priorities and unique circumstances. We will help determine the logistical, financial and human factors appropriate to potential optimal locations.

After you provide parameters, we know what to look for. On an unbiased basis, we review site factors to interpret proximity to markets, workforce factors, educational and training resources, taxes, political climate, transportation options, site availability, utility costs, economic incentives and financing options. We evaluate quality-of-life and cost-of-living factors to find locations that attract qualified employees and enhance staff retention.

Working with Joe Generally Involves Three Phases:

Stage One – Assessment: Here, Joe works with you to clarify strategy, listens to your business and lifestyle concerns and offers options for consideration. These conversations vary considerably depending upon the concerns and hopes of the participants, the stability of the business and overall future goals. Often, a "broad-brush" list of candidate communities emerges from these discussions.

Stage Two – Site Selection & Incentives Consulting: Experts with long experience in site selection and working with economic development agencies will advance your project. We will circulate a Request for Information from the proper agencies in your initial candidate communities. The inquiries are done on an anonymous basis, which protects your identity. As locations are considered the list of candidate communities narrows until finalists are identified. Should your company qualify for economic incentives, negotiators experienced on "the other side of the table" can represent you. 

Stage Three – The Actual Transition: The final phase can be as frustrating as it is exciting. What may need alteration are policies on relocation if key personnel are to be induced to move to a new community; on compensation for employee familiarization trips and moving expenses; on furloughs; and on retention bonuses to keep key personnel in a soon-to-be-closed facility. When it comes to planning the actual logistics of the move, a project manager is available to lay out the work on a clear schedule and, if desired, monitor the actual move.

'The hardest part is getting started...': That is a statement we hear from virtually everyone contemplating a new location for their enterprise. Call us and we will demystify the process.

Whether you are a family-owned business, a mid-sized company, or a large corporation, services will be customized to meet your requirements. For a free initial consultation, contact Joe Vranich by email or by calling 949-551-3150. (Many callers are unable to speak freely during normal business hours and for that reason Joe is accustomed to evening and weekend calls.) You are guaranteed Instant Confidentiality.


Our Mission
We help companies grow with new facilities, improve efficiencies by consolidating workplaces, or become more competitive by relocating to less costly areas. We help design the smoothest move to the optimum location to meet your business and lifestyle goals.

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The type of company that often has difficulties in launching a relocation project or expand-elsewhere project is a family-owned enterprise. That is because there are differences of opinion about the preferred direction of the company and also personal preferences about lifestyle – all of which is understandable. It's possible to engage in the "Should We Stay or Should We Go?" process to gain clarity about the issues without committing to the site-selection process. In this program, I serve more as a Coach than as a Consultant. – Joseph Vranich.



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