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Businesses that are set up in the right areas are more likely to grow, according to research from the Bank of England.
This could have implications for the UK’s financial system, which is already struggling with high levels of unemployment.
The study looked at more than a million locations across the country and found that businesses in the best locations are more than twice as likely to see their businesses grow compared to businesses in poor areas.
The report also looked at the impact of different types of locations.
It found that business in low-rise areas had the highest rate of sales growth, and the highest rates of sales turnover, compared to business in high-rise locations.
This means businesses in low rise areas may have more opportunities for sales growth.
However, this does not mean that businesses that are located in lowrise areas are also the most profitable.
According to the Bank, high-growth businesses in high rise areas have higher levels of turnover, while low-growth and medium-growth business have similar turnover.
A similar study by the Bank also found that high-density locations have the highest levels of customer engagement, while lower-density businesses have the lowest levels.
However, there are a few caveats to this study.
It does not address the fact that the locations of businesses may be based on location rather than customer satisfaction.
The researchers also examined how people interact with the store, and found it to be a key factor.
They also found higher levels and quality of customer service are linked to sales growth and the quality of the customer experience.
According to the study, businesses are also more likely than low- and medium density businesses to report that they do not have a dedicated manager or head of sales, and that there is a lack of a centralised customer support agency.
This means that businesses need to be more proactive about improving the customer service experience in their stores, and offering more support services to customers in their local area.