Resource pages for "BF-May/June-2021"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
Collaboration and connections: partnerships—and large infrastructure projects—are key components of York County, NE’s development strategy.
Nestled on the Connecticut River between the Green Mountains and the White Mountains, Claremont is a busy center for business.
They call it "Wilson Strong:" devastated by a pandemic and a tornado, this Tennessee community met the challenge and kept its dreams intact.
In Maryland, COVID-19 has not stopped the Port of Baltimore, where shipping volume continues to increase.
Henderson—Nevada’s second-largest city—has the highest per capita income of any city in Nevada, 19 percent higher than the U.S. average.
New initiative will take a demand-driven approach to IT talent, expanding IT career opportunities and creating a diverse, inclusive pipeline of highly qualified workers.
Peter Denious, President and Chief Executive Officer, AdvanceCT, discusses foreign direct investment, why Millennials are flocking to Hartford, and Connecticut's new long-term economic development strategy.
Maintaining its focus on the future, Alabama is regaining economic momentum for substantial growth.
Apple's new North Carolina campus is expected to create 3,000 new jobs in machine learning, artificial intelligence and software engineering.
Industrial parks can mitigate social, health and environmental risks by embracing a resource-efficient eco-industrial concept.
A lack of ready or willing manufacturing job candidates could cost the U.S. economy up to $1 trillion unless the industry takes proactive steps.
Everywhere from factory floors to research labs to virtual space—and every work space in between—today’s customized training programs are ensuring that new hires quickly get up to speed.
Virginia is injecting more than $2 billion into a Tech Talent Investment Program that cumulatively represents the largest state commitment to computer science education.
Millennials will soon make up 75 percent of the U.S. workforce—and locations that offer the right balance of living, working and playing are the frontrunners to acquire their skills.
The May / June 2021 Issue features a look at millennial magnets and customized training programs. Plus, how the manufacturing industry can keep and attract workers.