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Cluster's Existence Needs Supporting Site Selection Factors
While a cluster's existence can lure companies, it requires other site selection factors such as work force availability and transportation.
How important of a site selection factor are industry clusters to relocating companies?
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Every industry, every company, and every location decision is different, and the importance of various factors varies from project to project. Moreover, companies look for combinations of key factors rather than have any one take precedence.

The concept of clusters approaches the question differently. If a community has an existing cluster of industry or functional activity, there has to be, almost by definition, the combination of work force, transportation, government partnerships, infrastructure, and other key inputs in place to support it.
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