Resource pages for "BF-Sept/Oct-2022"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
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Brent Kisling, Oklahoma Department of Commerce, shares how clean energy, central location, and strong workforce set the stage for success in the Sooner State.
A landmark wind energy project, sizable vertical farm, and new LEGO Group Factory powered by green energy are in development.
Green CHIPS legislation aims to support semiconductors, while other sectors also grow.
In Kentucky, an electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem is taking shape, while traditional industries maintain roots in the Bluegrass State.
In Alabama, aerospace, aviation, and defense firms continue to expand, while “down to earth” industries also grow.
Workforce challenges in the transportation industry reflect what other sectors are facing to keep business moving.
With the 18th largest economy, the Land of Lincoln is well positioned to support to new and existing businesses.
Industry is thriving in the Hawkeye State with the help of innovative grants and renowned research facilities.
With its manufacturing sector full speed ahead, the Volunteer State also sees a national first for internet speed.
Development Corporation of Abilene President & CEO Misty Mayo discusses how the Texas community welcomes companies of all sizes by embracing economic development.
Utah has launched several programs to support relocating and expanding businesses, including tax rebates and custom job training.
By land and by sea, Florida attracts business investment from various industry sectors including manufacturing and fintech.
Low corporate taxes and infrastructure improvements make the Grand Canyon State an attractive choice for companies seeking an agile environment.
Where tech talent is concentrated is one of the most influential factors in the potential growth of the industry in a region.
One of the Top 10 economies in the world and with no corporate income tax, Texas offers outsized opportunities for businesses to innovate and grow.
In a Q&A session, Choose New Jersey President & CEO Wesley Mathews describes how the Garden State's strategic location and diverse population offers what business needs to thrive.
In innovation hubs, local entities work together to provide the resources growing companies need to foster discovery and advancement.
Through the Electrify Indiana conference, Hoosier Energy and its distribution systems have been identifying how co-ops can bring the benefits of emerging technologies to their communities.
Enacted by Gov. Laura Kelly, the "Kansas Framework for Growth” is having a positive impact on a wide swath of the Kansas business climate.
Through ports, rail, roadways, and airports, the ideal location enables companies to transport goods and access supplies quickly.
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