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SiteZeus to help Barfly Ventures spread earth-friendly restaurants
As the parent company of HopCat, Stella’s Lounge, Grand Rapids Brewing Co. and The Waldron Public House, Barfly Ventures has a lot on its plate— and a lot of happy customers. Majority owner Mark Sellers opened the HopCat location in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 2008, with a vision: to treat not only guests and employees like family, but to reduce waste and be kind to the Earth.
The reverse engineering revolution in site selection
How to select better sites with data. Can you name the nine U.S. cities with the highest quality of life? If you’re like most people, that's a tough question to answer quickly. Sure, you can guess, but you’re working with what limited information you have at first recall. Now, how would you feel if we asked you to compete against someone in that memory recall game if they had access to Google and you didn’t? You wouldn’t do it, right?
Mister Car Wash shines on with SiteZeus
Mister Car Wash knows that a great wash can make customers shine as bright as their cars. With over 200 car washes and 34 lube centers nationwide, this power brand is helping travelers ride with confidence and a little sparkle. Now partnering with SiteZeus, Mister Car Wash will be able to leverage the world’s most advanced location intelligence to spread their shine to more happy customers.
Ferrara Jerum real estate consulting firm integrates SiteZeus into operations
Not just any real estate consulting firm gets to represent big-name brands like Walmart, Kohls, Starbucks, LuLuLemon Athletica and Ruth’s Chris Steak House (just to name a few). Ferrara Jerum, a premier firm that helps both tenants and property owners develop and act on retail real estate strategy, is the latest company to pair with location intelligence leader SiteZeus.
Tampa tech company speeds up business site selection process
The stakes are high when a company decides to invest in a brick-and-mortar storefront. A business can spend millions, only to fail because of the wrong location. But the Tampa-based SiteZeus® is working to boost their clients’ odds of success.
When this Tampa tech startup pivoted its business plan, it boosted revenue 500 percent
SiteZeus, a Tampa company that uses technology to help businesses find their best locations, has grown rapidly after throwing out its first business model in favor of a different plan. Since changing its approach, SiteZeus revenue has grown 526 percent from the first quarter of 2016 through the first quarter of 2017, said Hannibal Baldwin, co-CEO. It’s averaged 51 percent revenue growth quarter over quarter for the past year.