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The hallmark of Business Facilities LiveXchange is the one-on-one meetings between sponsors and delegates.
Corporate executives will learn relocation and expansion strategies from industry leaders at Business Facilities LiveXchange.
Rogers writes, “The most successful locations in today’s ultra-competitive market are reaching down deep to meet this challenge—in some places, all the way down to their elementary schools.”
Business Facilities’ 2014 State of the Year may seem like a step backward, but Tennessee is the magazine’s first back-to-back SOTY winner.
If your referral is approved as a delegate and attends LiveXchange, you’ll receive a $200 American Express gift card.
The Conference Board and the Committee for Economic Development (CED) joined forces at the beginning of 2015.
Looking to meet one-on-one with economic developers from across North America to discuss your specific location needs? Find out more about LiveXchange 2015.
Business Facilities recognizes the three most significant economic development projects of the year: Tesla’s battery factory in Nevada, Washington’s retention of the Boeing facility in Everett, and the new Comcast Center in downtown Philadelphia.
Want to rank the biggest waste of economic development funds? We already know the winner.
The anniversary edition of our economic development scorecard is the most comprehensive, fairly evaluated and informative rankings anywhere.