Resource pages for "connecticut"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
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Gene Goddard, MetroHartford Alliance, shares how a centuries-old insurance and finance foundation supports the city’s evolution to fintech and insurtech.
California's energy efficiency policies and efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions earn it the #1 spot on ACEEE's 2022 State Energy Efficiency Scorecard.
As FinTech activity continues to grow, financial services firms are finding locations with ecosystems to support their burgeoning business needs.
Part of the American Rescue Plan, the program through the U.S. EDA focuses on assisting innovations in workforce development.
GE Appliances' first Monogram Smart Flush Hearth Oven rolled off the production line yesterday at the CoCREATE Stamford microfactory.
On the heels of President Biden's June 6 action to accelerate clean energy development, DOE announces solar energy research project investments.
Officials at AdvanceCT say that the Nutmeg State is ratcheting up its game to convince businesses—near and far—to take their business to a better place: Connecticut.
Connecticut is situated between two major metro areas. But the Nutmeg State offers much more than just a great location.
States are vying to attract foreign direct investment funds as cross border investments pump much needed funds into local economies.
A destination for co-creation, CoCREATE Stamford will merge innovation, education and inspiration, and bring small appliances manufacturing back to Connecticut.
Biometrics, artificial intelligence and blockchain are being embraced by the financial services and insurance sectors, fueling a wave of fintech startups.
While parts of the New England economy experienced a setback, much like its fall foliage, the region will soon experience a beautiful change.
Connecticut succeeded in mitigating the impact of the coronavirus pandemic by aggressively testing people in the early stage of the outbreak, avoiding the massive casualty levels in neighboring states.
Greater Hartford, CT; Raleigh, NC; and Boise, ID were named the top three Millennial Magnets in Business Facilities' 2021 Metro Rankings Report.
Peter Denious, President and Chief Executive Officer, AdvanceCT, discusses foreign direct investment, why Millennials are flocking to Hartford, and Connecticut's new long-term economic development strategy.
Philip Morris International's move from New York to Connecticut will bring approximately 200 new jobs to the state by summer 2022.
A lack of ready or willing manufacturing job candidates could cost the U.S. economy up to $1 trillion unless the industry takes proactive steps.
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.
The Hartford Region is home to the headquarters of most of the leading global players in the insurance sector. The insurance industry generates more than $16 billion in output in the region, employing more than 70,000.
Millennials are looking for all of the excitement and amenities found in large urban centers, but at a much lower cost and with the better overall quality of life found in mid-sized cities.
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