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Bigger Isn't Always Better: Doing Business in a Developing City When opening a business, it’s easy to assume that choosing a bigger city will present you with more opportunities. This may be true for some aspects, but there are several advantages to launching or expanding your company in a smaller market that has the potential for steady growth. Whether it’s in the form of financial rewards, hiring advantages, or other qualitative benefits, there are numerous developing cities that have a lot to offer for entrepreneurs.

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Diemer Marketing Group
How can a company combine the traditional business success with a commitment to the common good? For Diemer Marketing Group, the answer lies in their family unit team culture. The company's founders, Esther and Clark Diemer, have assembled a unique team of creative marketing professionals who are as committed to each other's successes and goals as they are to their clients'.

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How Small Businesses Can Increase Brand Awareness
You have branding in place for your business, whether you have intentionally planned to or not. Your branding is how customers and prospects perceive you and how well they recognize or recall your business. If you want to boost your brand awareness as a small business, careful attention to the marketing images and messages you are using, along with some budget friendly techniques, can help.

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  Progress on the US 67 Expansion Project in Cedar Hill
Cedar Hill EDC
Progress has begun on the US 67 Expansion Project in Cedar Hill, Texas. The project will add capacity to the highway, as well as rebuild the ramps within the project limits. The project stretches from Beltline Road to Wheatland Road and runs through three cities: Cedar Hill, Duncanville, and Dallas.

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  Cedar Hill Ranks #13 on List of Leanest Local Governments
Cedar Hill EDC
Cedar Hill was recently ranked among the leanest local governments in North Texas by the Dallas Business Journal, which analyzed the number of government employees relative to cities’ populations. Cedar Hill ranked number 13 on the list and, with 85 employees per 10,000 residents, is well below the regional average of 98.

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  Cedar Hill Winners of The Great Christmas Light Fight
Cedar Hill EDC
Having a blue Christmas is a good thing in this neighborhood. Trading Spaces‘ Carter Oosterhouse is kicking off a new season of ABC’s The Great Christmas Light Fight with a home that’s completely over the top and lacking a single red or green bulb.

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  Cedar Hill Texas - Growing Responsibly
Business View Magazine
The 36 square-mile city of Cedar Hill, Texas is located about 16 miles southwest of downtown Dallas. At one time, Cedar Hill, which got its first post office in 1852, lay along a branch of the old Chisholm Trail which connected it to the main part of the trail near Ft. Worth. And if not for a tornado that swept through it in 1856, destroying most of its buildings, the town might still be the county seat of Dallas County, today.

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"Businesses with an eye for historic charm will enjoy doing business in Cedar Hill's Historic Downtown."

- Paul Vinyard
Owner, Babe's Chicken Dinner House

     


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