Kosmont Survey Mentioned in Forbes Column

A recent column at Forbes by Joel Kotkin discusses the results of the Kosmont-Rose Institute Cost of Doing Business Survey. Mr. Kotkin mentions the fact that Los Angeles’s surrounding cities are mostly cheaper than it according to the survey, allowing local businesses to move to lower costs areas but stay in the region.

Of course, entrepreneurial Angelenos still find opportunities, but largely by working at home or in one of the city’s surrounding communities. They tend to flock to locales like Ontario, Burbank, Glendale or Culver City, all of which, according to the recent Kosmont-Rose Institute Cost of Doing Business Survey, are less expensive and easier to do business in than L.A.

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