Resource pages for "BF-May/June-2022"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
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A diversified economy for Scottsdale, Arizona includes a focus on creating a tract of land catering to corporate facilities.
In North Carolina, economic development is flourishing with record investment in 2021. An Annual report from EDPNC shares the highlights.
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.
Revitalization funding boosts job training, small business growth, and affordable housing in Nebraska, and data mining finds a home in York County.
Across Massachusetts, new funding for higher education and STEM programs throughout grade levels will support the next generation workforce.
With robust infrastructure and a talented workforce, North Central Florida offers attractive prospects for new and expanding businesses.
Delaware may BE smaller than most U.S. states but what it lacks in size, it makes up in its many strengths.
Infrastructure and workforce are among the advantages driving Georgia’s business climate.
As consumer buying patterns evolve, eCommerce and distribution operations require a changing set of location-related assets for success.
Leading the way to assist new and expanding firms, The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) shares a look at the latest developments for business...
The success of the 18th annual LiveXchange event by Business Facilities paves the way for expansion of the franchise this fall.
Among the growing green markets across the U.S. and Canada, recycling operations, electric vehicles, and supporting technology are making inroads.
A steady stream of new and expanding business keeps Arkansas moving, backed by the Natural State's great quality of life.
Its east coast location coupled with friendly business climate is propelling South Carolina’s appeal to businesses of all sizes.
Choosing a place that offers employees quality of life with a wide variety of recreation and leisure options is key to your next location.
New Hampshire may be one of the smallest states, but it packs a big punch.
A solid education system, infrastructure investments, a strong workforce, and resilient business climate are just some of the many reasons why more and more companies choose to call Virginia home.
Partnerships with higher education organizations are making a clear impact on businesses today, especially regarding workforce training.
Access to a quality workforce is a top priority for companies considering where to relocate or expand. Here’s a look at what some top locations across the U.S. are doing to address today’s workforce.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives level the playing field for workforce growth and economic gains.
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