Monday, January 18, 2010 at 5:14 p.m.
Or how about a leftorium?
Want to open that family-owned erotic bakery you've always dreamed of? How about a boutique that specializes in footwear for dogs? A cleaning service that sends maids dressed as the clients' favorite Star Wars character?
Whatever the small business idea, conditions seem to be getting more favorable to realize it. A Portfolio.com/BizJournals survey
ranked the Miami/Fort Lauderdale metro area as the seventh best place to open a small business in the entire nation, the highest in Florida.
The survey noted the area had 32.62 small business per resident (a relatively high figure) and a growing population.
The seventh-place spot is up from number 12 in last year's survey but down from when the metro area topped the list in 2006.