Resource pages for "Charlotte"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
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Pandemic-related structural changes continue to be among the most significant factors impacting today's real estate industry.
In innovation hubs, local entities work together to provide the resources growing companies need to foster discovery and advancement.
East coast location, world-class research and education facilities, and quality of life have long attracted business to North Carolina.
Nissan joins two dozen other major auto manufacturers at 1,700-acre Colonel’s Island Terminal at the Port of Brunswick, GA.
As FinTech activity continues to grow, financial services firms are finding locations with ecosystems to support their burgeoning business needs.
The Bank Of London has announced it will open its US Global Platform & Services headquarters in Charlotte, NC.
The success of the 18th annual LiveXchange event by Business Facilities paves the way for expansion of the franchise this fall.
The life sciences field has taken on much greater significance in recent years. Economic developers are responding with more options to make their communities more appealing.
Early this month, site selection professionals and economic developers met at LiveXchange, participating in more than 300 one-on-one meetings.
The French surgical training institute will establish its U.S. headquarters at Charlotte’s new innovation district, dubbed “The Pearl.”
Despite turbulence caused by labor and supply chain challenges, the manufacturing industry is experiencing a positive trajectory as it recovers from the pandemic.
In total, Toyota and Arrival will invest more than $13 billion to establish their electric vehicle battery plants in Randolph County and Charlotte.
A tidal wave of venture capital is fueling a boom in startups around the world. Locations are racing to establish thriving startup ecosystems that make them magnets for unicorns.
Biometrics, artificial intelligence and blockchain are being embraced by the financial services and insurance sectors, fueling a wave of fintech startups.
Millennials are migrating into Connecticut from New York City and Boston in droves, making Greater Hartford, CT the top-ranked Millennial Magnet in Business Facilities' 2021 Metro Rankings Report.
Millennials will soon make up 75 percent of the U.S. workforce—and locations that offer the right balance of living, working and playing are the frontrunners to acquire their skills.
Fintech company Credit Karma will invest $13 million to expand Charlotte tech hub and create its East Coast headquarters.
When it comes to the entire food chain—from agriculture to agribusiness to food and beverage manufacturing—North Carolina is second to none.
California-based financial services firm Robinhood will invest $11.7 million in a new customer experience and account operations center in Charlotte, NC.
Electric vehicle (EV) maker Arrival will invest $41.2M in a new microfactory in Charlotte, NC, bringing more than 250 new jobs to the region.
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