Resource pages for "BF-Sept/Oct-2014"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
Low energy and operating costs, customized incentives and a highly skilled workforce have businesses flocking to the Magnolia State.
Fiscal stability, a low cost of doing business and a skilled workforce are a formula for growth in the Hawkeye State.
The Sooner State is diversifying into a variety of hot growth sectors, including a rapidly expanding hub of data centers.
The Garden State fields a powerful lineup of assets for business, including a highly educated workforce and game-changing tax incentives.
Indiana continues to prove that it can get the job done.
There’s no "mercy" rule in economic development: the Lone Star State keeps crushing the competition.
Foreign-trade zones are playing a greater role in development efforts geared to increased imports and exports.
When communicating with call centers, familiarity can make all the difference.
North Carolina wins a $140-million Manufacturing Innovation Institute to develop wide-band semiconductors for power electronics.
The Capital Region Prosperity Plan sets six priorities, including an “ecosystem” for innovators and entrepreneurs.
So far, 2014 has been a banner year for freight haulers, but this success has a down side: a capacity crisis may be looming.
Business is booming in Oklahoma, and the state's secretary of commerce explains how and why things are only going to get better.
Gov. Rick Snyder has identified core problems and brought stakeholders together to solve them in an effort the governor likes to call relentless positive action.
With smart new regional growth strategies and generous federal funding initiatives, high-tech hubs are springing up all over the United States.
If you’re as tired as we are of hearing about rampaging terrorist threats, gloomy climate-change predictions and virulent diseases, then this issue of Business Facilities is the antidote.