Workforce, Risk Mitigation Are Top Priorities For Supply Chains
With a growing need for transparency and sustainability, supply chain leaders are increasing investments in technology and innovation.
Concerns Remain, But U.S. Execs More Optimistic About Revenue, Profit
Business leaders still have grave concerns about U.S. economy for 2023, but are more optimistic about revenue and profit expectations, other key indicators, finds AICPA & CIMA survey.
The Talent War: What’s Your Plan For Recruiting Gen Z Workers?
A new report from The Conference Board explores the 5 most important motivations of Gen Z, expected to represent nearly a third of the workforce by 2025.
EPA Names 2022’s Most Energy-Efficient Manufacturing Plants
The 86 U.S. manufacturing plants that earned the EPA’s ENERGY STAR certification in 2022 are in the top 25% of energy efficiency in their sector.
Super Bowl LVII: Will 18M+ Employees Miss Work On Monday?
An estimated 18.8 million U.S. employees may miss work the Monday after Super Bowl LVII, according to new research from The Workforce Institute at UKG.
Shifts For The Innovation Economy
Here’s a look at five key forces reshaping the geography and evolution of the innovation economy, courtesy of the team of advisors at Resonance.
Despite Economic Pressures, 2023 “Year of Opportunity And Resilience”
Nearly half of middle market CFOs predict double-digit growth in 2023, but that optimism is tempered by the threat of new and familiar risks, according to new BDO survey.
New Report Compares Operating Costs Across High-Tech Corridors
Released by The Boyd Company, the report identifies 30 top high-tech corridors in the U.S. with a comparative operating cost analysis germane to companies in high-growth advanced manufacturing sectors.
The Best — And Worst — U.S. Airports For Working Remotely
San Diego International Airport is tops for remote workers, followed by Los Angeles International Airport in second place and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in third.
China: 3 New Laws That Will Impact Foreign Businesses
Companies considering China expansion should be aware of legal changes that may impact their growth plans, according to INS Global.
Is Climate Change A Top Priority For The C-Suite?
Business leaders say difficulty measuring environmental impact and cost of sustainability efforts are key barriers to climate action, according to a new Deloitte report.
2023 Forge Prize Finalist Concepts: The Future Of Steel
AISC’s Forge Prize celebrates emerging architects who create visionary designs that embrace steel and explore ways to increase project speed.
Looking Ahead: 5 Key Business Trends For 2023
Here are five key business trends that are top of mind as we begin 2023, courtesy of the team of advisors at Resonance.
Green Building: Massachusetts Finishes First In Top 10 Ranking
The U.S. Green Building Council’s annual ranking recognizes U.S. states that are leading the way on green building.
DC, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas Top Tech Job Posts
Tech employment holds steady heading into 2023 as industry companies add workers for the 25th consecutive month, according to CompTIA analysis.
Commercial Real Estate Is Expanding DEI Initiatives
CRE companies are expanding diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, according to The Global Real Estate DEI Survey 2022, which reports North American non-binary demographics for the first time.
The U.S. Semiconductor Industry: A Roadmap To Competitiveness
The National Semiconductor Economic Roadmap (NSER) is a blueprint for making the U.S. semiconductor industry more competitive, strengthening supply chain resiliency.
California Is Tops, Maine Is Most Improved In Energy Efficiency
California's energy efficiency policies and efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions earn it the #1 spot on ACEEE's 2022 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard.
Is Holiday Spirit On Your Site Selection Checklist?
Holiday spirit may not be one of the top 10 items on your site selection checklist, but if it falls somewhere on your list of location amenities, check out these cities.
ULI Predicts Strengthening Real Estate Industry Starting In 2024
While inflation will remain an uncertain challenge, the Urban Land Institute’s latest Real Estate Economic Forecast projects positive but slower growth in the near term and a return to stronger growth in 2024.