Business Facilities LiveXchange
During this LiveXchange Think Tank, you’ll become part of a mock corporate boardroom and participate in a candid internal discussion that will closely follow each stage of the site location process.
This LiveXchange seminar will discuss identifying the benefits, costs and risks of facility consolidation, particularly personnel loss and related business disruption, and including addressing tricky political issues.
This LiveXchange seminar will address key issues related to maximizing the value of incentives in the negotiating process.
This LiveXchange seminar will explore the transformation now impacting the largest and most complex global supply chain—the automotive sector—and identify key economic development opportunities that will result.
Business Facilities LiveXchange will feature an incisive panel discussion about the seismic changes in international trade that are looming in the wake of Brexit and the U.S. move away from free trade agreements.
Demong—five-time Olympian, 2010 Olympic Champion, and Executive Director of USA Nordic Sport —will share how the world’s greatest athletes use a business approach to guarantee success at the highest level.
If your company has plans to expand or relocate — now or in the future — don't miss this year's Business Facilities LiveXchange in Park City, UT.
An insider's viewpoint of the site selection process, weight given to incentives, latest trends and today's intense competition for jobs and investments.
Join our blue-ribbon panel as we explore the latest trends in foreign direct investment and exports, identifying the strongest FDI magnets and the best practices for expanding exports.
Addressing key issues related to maximizing the value of incentives in the negotiation process while simultaneously enhancing relationships with states and communities.
Formulating plans for facilities and the evolving role of the corporate supply chain manager and the impact on location strategy and decision-making.
After Mother Nature's big wakeup call, the realization is growing that today's disaster recovery must prepare us to meet future cataclysms.
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