The electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) market is projected to grow to $100 billion by 2040, up from $7 billion today. John Boyd of The Boyd company looks at hot locations.
There's a renewed focus on entrepreneurs In New Mexico with the state’s Economic Development Department's new Office of Entrepreneurship.
In Alabama, a focus on workforce development is in motion to support new and existing companies across the state.
Initiatives on the federal, state, and local levels need to align to boost a STEM-savvy workforce.
Constellation Brands CFO Garth Hankinson shares why this global beverage company chose to remain in Rochester for its new headquarters, moving to downtown.
Corporations choose Utah for its industrial strength, but also for the work-life balance the state offers.
Illinois is doubling down on business attraction and retention efforts to support economic development in every corner of the state.
A transportation network and workforce programs support continued growth across the commonwealth of Virginia.
The National Cyber Workforce and Education Strategy (NCWES) addresses immediate and long-term cyber workforce needs.
As the state with the fastest-growing population, Florida can focus on its manufacturing hubs to continue the state’s upward economic trend.
Long-term growth is projected for the semiconductor industry due to continued innovation, artificial intelligence, and demand for electric vehicles.
The New England region — Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont — is exhibiting notable employment growth across a variety of industry sectors.
Across the U.S., BEAD Program funding aims to expand broadband access, and leading locations remain to be seen.
With more than 1,000 new projects underway in recent years—and home to more corporate headquarters than any other state—Texas has unsurpassed economic success.
As electric vehicles gain sales momentum, here's a look at some of the regions that are attracting manufacturers in the EV industry.
Access to world-class and innovative resources for advances in biotech and pharma is crucial to site selection decisions.
The manufacturing base continues to expand across Arizona, while tech resources support emerging needs.
The Focused Attraction of Shovel-Ready Tracts New York (FAST NY) program develops shovel-ready sites to accommodate the needs of large employers and high-tech manufacturing companies.
Locations that foster logistics success benefit companies seeking to reach customers in record time with quality service.
Caren Merrick, Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade, shares how the commonwealth's strategic ecosystems and strong talent pipeline offer opportunity to companies across many industries.
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