The Boise Valley, home of The Sundance Company since 1976, has been recognized in several high-profile publications by ranking the city as one of the best places in the country to do business and live. You can read the rest of the article here, or read the highlights below.
Brookings, a nonprofit public policy organization that specializes in research, named Boise as one of the top 20 fastest recovering cities. The calculation was based on growth, employment and housing prices.
KPMG studies business environments across the world. The company says in the Pacific U.S., Boise is the lowest-cost place to do business.
Part of that vision is not only a business friendly community, but a family friendly one as well. Forbes Magazine gave Boise the number two spot on its list because of low crime rates and high school quality.
In the past six months, the Boise Valley Economic Partnership has seen nearly three times as many businesses looking to relocate or expand here. The recent rankings will play into some of those companies’ final decisions. And while Boise is the city named on the lists, business and community leaders say the rankings really extend beyond the city and apply to all of the Treasure Valley.
The entire state of Idaho is also getting some national love from the press. CNN Money just named Idaho as the friendliest state for small businesses.
About The Sundance Company
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It is interesting to observe that Boise not only is successful in business but also is family friendly. Could we not possibly conclude that strong families can lead to success in other aspects of the places we live?