Carolina On My Mind
East coast location, world-class research and education facilities, and quality of life have long attracted business to North Carolina.
California: Good Vibrations
Location, economy, and culture are just a few reasons why so many businesses are attracted to California.
Louisiana State Focus: The Bayou State
Known for its spicy cuisine and spirited celebrations, Louisiana is drawing world-class businesses from a range of industry sectors.
The Sunshine State Is Bright For Business
Florida offers a thriving economy and competitive cost of doing business, coupled with a top-ranked labor force and pro-business climate.
Indiana: The Heart Of The Heartland
With strong roots in manufacturing, Indiana’s economy is evolving to attract new areas of the sector, including green energy.
Nevada: Pot Of Gold
People once flocked to Nevada for its silver and gold, but today it’s the state’s robust economy and quality of life that draws them in.
Growing In Nebraska
Revitalization funding boosts job training, small business growth, and affordable housing in Nebraska, and data mining finds a home in York County.
Massachusetts: Investing In The Future
Across Massachusetts, new funding for higher education and STEM programs throughout grade levels will support the next generation workforce.
Delaware: Small But Mighty
Delaware may BE smaller than most U.S. states but what it lacks in size, it makes up in its many strengths.
New Hampshire: A New England Gem
New Hampshire may be one of the smallest states, but it packs a big punch.
State Focus: A New York State Of Mind
New York State can offer a lot of alternatives to businesses, depending on what section of the state they are considering.
Connecticut State Focus: Location Plus
Connecticut is situated between two major metro areas. But the Nutmeg State offers much more than just a great location.
Arizona State Focus: Heading To The Desert
Arizona is one of the most popular destinations for new businesses for many key reasons.
The Eyes Of Texas
Texas remains at the front of the pack in terms of economic development. And, interest in the Lone Star State from companies that need to relocate or expand might just be starting to heat up even more.
Kansas: Smack In The Middle
Kansas, the Sunflower State wants to use a number of assets, including geographic location, to entice more companies to try it out.
Florida Is Shining Bright
Changing lifestyle choices are helping Florida gain an edge against other states in the battle for awareness among corporation executives.
Iowa: A $4 Billion Economy Grows In Ottumwa
With shovel-ready sites, a skilled workforce and a strategic location, Ottumwa, IA has everything you need to grow.
Illinois: Building The Future In The Land Of Lincoln
With a talent pool approaching 7 million—a third of whom hold a bachelor’s degree or higher—Illinois has the skill sets needed to fill 21st-century jobs.
Arizona Wants You To Visit
A new $101-million program is designed to spur recovery of the state’s tourism industry using American Rescue plan funds.
Everything Is Big In Texas—And Getting Bigger
The Lone Star State has been the top state for exports for 19 consecutive years, surpassing the combined total for its three closest competitors.