Why do some companies not want to expand?

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My answer to Why do some companies not want to expand?

Answer by Ken Larson:

Limiting growth in certain specific stable niches has its advantages. The founders can retain control and still exeperience solid income without the expense of more people, space and marketing.

For instance staying within the small business size limit for certain industries allows a 10 year government contract set-aside potential for minority, veteran owned, woman-owned and HUB zone located businesses. The programs allow establishing a past performance record, a stable work force and similar traits before competing in the open market and substantially expanding to a larger enterprise.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING SMALL BUSINESS SET ASIDE DESIGNATIONS

Why do some companies not want to expand?

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About rosecoveredglasses

2 Tours in US Army Vietnam. Retired from 36 Years in the Defense Industrial Complex after working on 25 major weapons systems, many of which are in use today in the Middle East. Volunteer MicroMentor. I specialize in Small, Veteran-owned, Minority-Owned and Woman-Owned Businesses beginning work for the Federal Government. MicroMentor is a non-profit organization offering free assistance to small business in business planning, operations, marketing and other aspects of starting and successfully operating a small enterprise. You can set up a case with me at MicroMentor by going to: http://www.micromentor.org/ key words: "Federal Government Contracting"

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