From startups to established firms, regions with innovative resources and support propel growth throughout many industries.
Across North America, the grid is gaining green energy resources to support business operations.
The topic of energy comes up early and often as companies work to make site selection decisions regarding existing and future facilities.
Workforce training programs are addressing evolving industries, labor force demands, and speed to market needs of business.
For 11 consecutive years, the U.S. has ranked as top destination for foreign direct investment, and here’s a look at several hot spots across the nation.
The logistics industry is a multi-billion dollar sector that connects producers and consumers to deliver the right products at the right time.
The state’s largest industry is set to receive funding, and Google will grow its green data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Initiatives in Maryland for education, environment, and global reach are driving growth across this Mid-Atlantic state.
Connecticut provides an environment that is conducive to growth and expansion across a diverse array of industries.
Building on a strong foundation, the state’s regional growth reflects the potential of emerging industries.
Mississippi has finalized the largest economic development project in state history, bringing in $2.5 billion in capital investment.
Introduced in 2017, the federal opportunity zone program pays off for certain real estate investments and was just extended another two years.
From the city of big shoulders and across the Land of Lincoln, the state of Illinois’ broad business support shows.
Louisiana’s climate action plan gains momentum with a federal grant toward decarbonizing the manufacturing sector.
Big names like Google and Apple have expanded to California, creating thousands of jobs and investing millions in capital.
With a noted business-friendly climate, North Carolina had a record-breaking year when it comes to capital investments in 2022.
Advanced industries are thriving in the Centennial State with a skilled workforce and targeted incentives to support continued growth.
The Lone Star State is full of options for business, from both within the U.S. borders and across the globe.
With its rich automotive heritage, Michigan’s SOAR Fund is helping to attract electric vehicle makers and more.
Economic growth and FDI are robust across the nation, with advanced manufacturing just one of the bright spots.