Locations across North America are poised to attract and support established, emerging, and ambitious tech companies.
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Site selection for advanced manufacturing is a complex process in which companies weigh cost-savings versus replacing experienced staff.
A national competition, the 2023 STEM Talent Challenge funds science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) training, fuels regional innovation economies across the U.S.
Freepoint Eco-Systems’ commercial-scale advanced plastics recycling facility will create 100 jobs in Eloy. And in Phoenix, Clayco celebrates its new Southwestern regional headquarters.
At its first commercial-scale li-ion battery processing facility, Blue Whale Materials will create 90 jobs in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.
Frontier Communications' relocation from Connecticut to Texas will support thousands of jobs over next 10 years; Lightbeam Health Solutions' relocation to Dallas doubles its headquarters space.
Google will soon have its first physical presence in Arizona with the construction of a $600 million data center.
The Oklahoma business climate is vibrant with growth of legacy industries like aerospace, invigorated with sectors in more nascent stages.
These communities are successfully attracting healthcare and medical device companies with skilled workforce and cutting-edge facilities.
From startups to established firms, regions with innovative resources and support propel growth throughout many industries.
Plastics companies are strategizing how to boost profitability while satisfying recycling and consumer demands.
There are many critical factors to consider when businesses decide where to locate their corporate headquarters.
The Singapore-based company has plans to build a 3-gigawatt factory on a 160-acre site for solar cell and solar panel production.
Metro areas and cities of all sizes are recognized for attracting and retaining businesses from numerous industry sectors in the 2023 Metro Rankings Report
Fence and safety protection manufacturer Geobrugg will double its footprint, add 60 employees in Sandoval County, NM.
Business Facilities' 2023 State, Metro, Global Rankings help site selection professionals evaluate locations for corporate expansion.
Centrally located in the thriving Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Irving-Las Colinas is recognized as the “Headquarters of Headquarters,” with more Fortune 1000 global headquarters per capita than any other city in Texas.
With an expansion of its warehouse facility in Temple, Texas, beverage supplier Niagara Bottling will create 14 jobs.
Locations in the Midwest and across the South dominate these metro rankings categories focused on making and moving goods.