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Milo’s Tea Company will invest $130 million to establish its first South Carolina operations in Spartanburg County, creating 103 new jobs.
Dubbed "DC’s Comeback Plan," Washington, DC’s new economic development plan is already helping one technology company grow in the district.
The new fulfillment center for clothing rental brand Nuuly will create 750 new jobs in Raymore, MO.
A $2.5 billion expansion at two sites will more than double production at the Korea-based company's solar module manufacturing operations in Georgia.
Kite will build a 70,000-square-foot raw materials warehouse next to its existing facility in Frederick County, adding 100 jobs.
Stuart McWhorter, Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development, explains how an efficient economic growth strategy propels job creation and education in the Volunteer State.
Lee Lawson, President & CEO, Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance, shares why this coastal Alabama county is the seventh fastest-growing area in the nation.
Shifting priorities are impacting the way consumers want to shop, and retailers are changing their site selection in response.
Jim Plump, CEcD, FM, HLM, Executive Director, Jackson County Industrial Development Corp. shares why business in this South-Central Indiana region is on the move.
Gene Goddard, MetroHartford Alliance, shares how a centuries-old insurance and finance foundation supports the city’s evolution to fintech and insurtech.
Leaps and bounds at life sciences companies have spurred evolution in site selection decisions.
Governor Glenn Youngkin is taking action toward energy stability, business growth, and workforce development.
Autokiniton will invest $15 million and create 150 new jobs in Sandusky County, while Church & Dwight will create at least $50 million in new investment and 80 new jobs in the village of Old Fort.
Virginia MetalFab will invest $9 million to establish operations in the Town of Appomattox; E-Z Treat will invest $3.5 million to expand in Fauquier County
With help from JobsOhio and the Ohio Department of Development, The J.M. Smucker Company will add a new R&D Center in Orrville, OH.
Brent Kisling, Oklahoma Department of Commerce, shares how clean energy, central location, and strong workforce set the stage for success in the Sooner State.
In Fort Worth's Lone Star Commerce Center, the facility will house R&D of additive manufacturing technology for large-scale titanium aerostructures. Meanwhile, KoMiCo will expand in Round Rock.
In Wyoming County, Omnis Sublimation Recovery Technologies will use revolutionary technology to extract rare earth metals from coal waste impoundments.
With the 18th largest economy, the Land of Lincoln is well positioned to support to new and existing businesses.
With its manufacturing sector full speed ahead, the Volunteer State also sees a national first for internet speed.