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From finding your next business location to notifying your neighbors of your intent to serve alcohol, GIS can help streamline your efforts. Small business owners have many uses
for demographic data but often do not have the background or resources to obtain and utilize this type of information. We can help.

Geographic Information Systems play an important role in helping to make more informed decisions. For example, to identify locations for a new business one might consider transportation (highway, rail, port), customer demographics, location of suppliers, proximity of competition and traffic patterns. A GIS can be "trained" to identify places that meet your individual business needs.

The potential for GIS in business is almost limitless and can be customized to meet your requirements.

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Liquor License - Spatial Analysis

Part of the process of submitting for a beer and wine license involves notifying neighboring citizens and certain types of businesses of the intention to serve alcohol.