Resource pages for "BF-March/April-2022"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
For global companies seeking resilience and excellence in their supply chains, Canada offers a range of factors prized by businesses looking to grow and expand their operations.
Elizabeth Huff, Director, Sugar Land Economic Development shares her thoughts on the Texas city’s comprehensive and proactive economic development strategy.
The Show Me State is ideally positioned to attract businesses. G. Subash Alias, CEO, Missouri Partnership, shares his outlook for the partnership and the state.
Mitch Carmichael, secretary of West Virginia’s Department of Economic Development, has many reasons why businesses should consider The Mountain State. Here are some of the state’s many business-related activities and advantages.
Officials at AdvanceCT say that the Nutmeg State is ratcheting up its game to convince businesses—near and far—to take their business to a better place: Connecticut.
Since the 2003 opening of Nissan’s assembly plant in Canton, Mississippi has been a key player in the automotive industry.
Emerging business opportunities are thriving in Puerto Rico.
New York State can offer a lot of alternatives to businesses, depending on what section of the state they are considering.
Connecticut is situated between two major metro areas. But the Nutmeg State offers much more than just a great location.
Arizona is one of the most popular destinations for new businesses for many key reasons.
Ports and Free Trade Zones have taken on much greater importance as supply chain issues increase and demand for product grows from businesses and consumers.
Economic developers are going to great lengths to highlight their advantages as competition dramatically increases for new manufacturing locations.
The life sciences field has taken on much greater significance in recent years. Economic developers are responding with more options to make their communities more appealing.
Operators of business and industrial parks realize that they need to offer more of everything to attract new their sites.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says that a combination of a great location, educated workforce and a streamlined attitude toward business is helping the state create the right image in the business world.
States are vying to attract foreign direct investment funds as cross border investments pump much needed funds into local economies.
Cities and counties are leveraging their locations, skilled workforce, and intermodal services to keep goods moving.
A number of states are now in the matchmaking business, all trying to help companies solve their increasingly complex and demanding supply chain issues.
Business Facilities' March / April 2022 issue focuses on the global supply chain, logistics, foreign direct investment, industrial parks, manufacturing, life sciences, and more.