What are the most popular new businesses popping up in your city?

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Did a quick survey of 100 random people living in the U.S. asking them to list the most popular business types popping up in their cities. I may have missed some duplicates with slightly different names, but here are the frequencies.

vape shop 30

restaurants 28

coffee shop 19

bar 9

dentist 9

grocery 8

gas stations

6 pizza places

6 bakeries

5 clothing stores

5 book store

4 breweries

4 convenience stores

4 head shop

4 marijuana dispensaries

4 auto repair

3 car wash

3 clothing boutique

3 consignment shops

3 fast food

3 frozen yogurt

3 hair salons

3 hookah

3 liquor store

3 pawn shop

3 pet shops

3 tattoo parlor

3 yogurt shops

3 antique shops

2 banks

2 beauty salons

2 bicycle shop

2 candy store

2 computer repair

2 day care

2 diners

2 dispensaries

2 donut shop

2 drug store

2 fitness center

2 general store

2 gym

2 massage therapist

2 nail salon

2 salons

2 sub shops

2 video game shop

2 yoga studios

2 accounting

1 advertising companies 1 art supply 1 asian fusion restaraunts 1 asian restaurants 1 asian tea places 1 auto body shops 1 auto parts stores 1 baby clothing boutique 1 baby sitter 1 barbershop 1 barbershop 1 barre studios 1 beer & wine stores 1 blow dry bars 1 body shops 1 boutique workout centers 1 boutiques 1 breakfast restaurants
1 brew thrus 1 burger shops 1 butter it up 1 buy-here pay-here car dealerships 1 car dealerships 1 casino 1 casual dining 1 catering 1 cell phone dealers 1 cell phone repair 1 child care 1 Chinese food restaurants 1 chiropractors 1 cigar shops 1 cleaners 1 club 1 cocktail bars 1 cork-based shoes 1 craft beer bars 1 craft breweries 1 craft shops 1 craft workshop 1 crossfit 1 cupcake sellers 1 cycling studios. 1 deli shops 1 doctors offices 1 dog food 1 dog groomer/boarder 1 dog grooming 1 dogsitting 1 dollar stores 1 dr office 1 dry cleaners 1 emergency care centers 1 escape games 1 espresso stand 1 ethnic restaurants 1 event ticket sales 1 fast casual restaurants 1 financial advisor 1 flatstone tavern and 1 florists 1 food 1 food trucks 1 furniture 1 gardening stores 1 gastro pubs 1 glass shops 1 go go bars 1 gourmet tea shops 1 gyro place 1 halal restaurants
1 hardware stores 1 harris teeter 1 healthy alternative food stores 1 historical tours 1 home improvement stores 1 hydroponics shops 1 independent labs 1 insurance agents 1 internal medicine 1 international markets 1 internet sweepstakes 1 juice shops 1 kava bars 1 kayaking expeditions 1 lamb’s gate market 1 landscaping companies 1 laundromat 1 lawn care 1 local clothing stores 1 magic shop 1 market 1 mattress stores 1 metal fabrication 1 mexican restaurants 1 middle eastern food places 1 mobile pet sitting 1 movie theaters 1 natural foods 1 natural supplement/health food 1 no fault medical center 1 non-chain restaurants 1 novelty stores 1 organic stores 1 outfitter store 1 paint supply 1 payday loan stores 1 personal training 1 pet supply store 1 photographer 1 podiatrists 1 pottery places 1 powder coating 1 printing shops 1 pt clinics 1 pupusarias 1 quick marts 1 ramen shops 1 real estate agencies 1 resale stores 1 retail 1 running store 1 sandwich shops 1 seafood restaurant 1 second hand clothing stores. 1 shoe shop 1 shopping strip malls 1 single owned daycares 1 skate shops 1 ski shops 1 small bookstores 1 small breweries 1 small fitness centers 1 smoke shacks 1 specialized fitness centers 1 specialty beer stores 1 specialty grocery stores 1 sporting goods stores 1 storage 1 taco and burrito restaurants 1 target 1 tech businesses 1 teeth whitening 1 thrift store 1 toy stores 1 t-shirt shop 1 urban food 1 urban shops 1 vegan restaurants 1 vet 1 vintage clothing 1 walmart 1 water store 1 weed shops 1 wine and cheese shop 1 wine bars 1 wine store 1

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André is a Professor of Entrepreneurship at Michigan Tech. At LaunchScore, he is responsible for driving the mission, vision, and goals of the company. He is interested in how firms and entrepreneurs create value through innovation. He has published articles on innovation and entrepreneurship in leading management journals including: Journal of Management, Long Range Planning, Journal of Business Research, and Journal of Engineering Management.