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.
Utah Governor Spencer J. Cox discusses how robust business incentives offer companies vast opportunity in the Beehive State.
The Bluegrass State is building a vast talent pipeline for the industries relocating and expanding to the 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.
As the demand for eCommerce and distribution space continues, locations are building facilities and emphasizing their regional advantages.
With a low tax burden, the state is attracting business by investing in shovel-ready sites and a skilled workforce.
Arizona is excelling in the semiconductor and advanced manufacturing sectors and has targeted growth in renewable energy.
From longstanding partnerships to targeted instruction, companies seek training options that fit their workforce needs.
Indiana Secretary of Commerce Bradley B. Chambers discusses the state’s robust economy, and why the microelectronics industry is on the rise.
The Palmetto State attracted record-breaking investment in 2022, and the EV sector is a significant contributor.
Outdoor activities, cultural amenities, and more attract business leaders and employees.
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.
Amidst economic shifts, demand for space and amenities provided by industrial parks and business parks remains high.
Alabama Department of Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield discusses how the state fosters skilled labor with a workforce development agency buttressed by a 21st century Jobs Act.
Taylor Murray, Manager, Location Analysis and Incentives with Maxis Advisors, discusses how rural communities offer a fresh take for sites, supply chain, and workforce factors.
Rapid growth and expanding boundaries propel location searches for companies in the life sciences industry at the forefront.
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