In Hawaii, steady focus on key industries, including tourism and film, supports the Aloha State’s economic recovery.
An Irish firm expands in Sherwood, Arkansas, and outdoor recreation is a focus in The Natural State.
Having access to a robust transportation system has made Washington a dependable state for businesses that need an end-to-end supply chain.
Taking advantage of the location and highly skilled workforce, major transportation companies have settled in Nebraska.
New Hampshire uses technology to help advance the industries expanding and settling into the Granite State .
With a highly skilled workforce, Delaware attracts diverse industries ranging from life sciences to manufacturing.
Locations are emphasizing available commercial real estate to attract companies, and business owners are finding sites with amenities that fit the bill.
Louisiana Economic Development Secretary Don Pierson shares how this southeastern state has its eye on the future toward an energy evolution and support for innovative industries.
Electric vehicles and other factors are transforming the auto market. Locations are touting supply chain, ready workforce, and more.
Snake River Economic Development Alliance Executive Director Kristen Nieskens discusses ways this regional group is building businesses in western Idaho and eastern Oregon.
Manufacturers should consider five factors if moving from a China or other offshore location, advises Rosemary Coates, Executive Director of the Reshoring Institute and President of Blue Silk Consulting.
Workforce training programs are addressing evolving industries, labor force demands, and speed to market needs of business.
With advances in technology the manufacturing industry has been able to grow exponentially.
Home to some of the biggest names in the auto industry, Alabama has introduced “The Game Plan” to support economic development.
With a robust transportation system already in place, Nevada focuses on low emissions and utilizing natural resources.
For 11 consecutive years, the U.S. has ranked as top destination for foreign direct investment, and here’s a look at several hot spots across the nation.
The 19th annual event provided a fast-paced, productive setting for site selectors to explore locations.
Support from federal and local governments has allowed ports across the United States to increase its import and export capabilities.
The Lone Star State does things big. Leadership looks to keep business growth going with tax cuts, incentives support, and top talent.
Business Facilities' 1st Annual EDO Awards recognize innovative or impactful programs and initiatives aimed at improving the communities they serve.
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