Location, Location, Location


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Location, Location, Location

A phrase indicating the supreme importance of location in business. Selecting a high-traffic or otherwise favorable location is paramount for building, for example, a successful restaurant business. The phrase is less relevant than it once was because of the increased use of the Internet in business. However, it remains very important.
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Career In 1996, she pooled her talents with future co-star Phil Spencer to found Garrington Homefinders, before moving into television-presenting in 2001, with the C4 series Location, Location, Location.
French agricultural advisers emphasize location, location, location as the key to success in commercial orchards, Trappe notes, advice that supports the geneticists' argument for the primacy of environmental influences.
In the past it was said, "The 3 most important things in selling real estate is location, location, location.
Phil Spencer Career: It was his promotion of Garrington and the concept of using a buying agent to find a home that led Spencer to become the co-host of Location, Location, Location and Relocation, Relocation alongside Kirstie Allsopp.
Location, Location, Location Channel 4, 8pm In the first in a new series, Phil Spencer and Kirstie Allsopp meet two couples who at first glace appear to be house-hunters after their own hearts - for them it''s all about location, location, location.
Well, thankfully, Location, Location, Location is changing direction with this new run, and handing out vital practical advice to buyers.
Channel 4 show Location, Location, Location caused an outcry on Teesside.
Location, Location, Location selected a Charter Homes apartment at St James House, near Sefton Park, as one of three properties suitable for house-hunting friends looking to buy a property for around pounds 200,000 in the Merseyside area.
It's not about location, location, location, it's about contexts, contexts, contexts," said Meyer, president of the Union Square Hospitality Group whose restaurants includes Union Square Cafe, Gramercy Tavern, Eleven Madison Park, Tabla, Blue Smoke, Jazz Standard and Terrance 5 at New York City's Museum of Modern Art.
Location, Location, Location -- A business continuity site doesn't have to be buried deep into the side of a mountain like NORAD.
Sara Brazendale, the subject of Location, Location, Location (C4, Weds) proved all my suspicions are well-founded.
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