Access to world-class and innovative resources for advances in biotech and pharma is crucial to site selection decisions.
The international manufacturer will invest nearly $100 million for a facility that will produce liquid conductive paste for EV batteries and other electronic applications.
Workforce training programs are addressing evolving industries, labor force demands, and speed to market needs of business.
A business climate that supports both large capital investment projects and startup firms is paying off for the economy in The Sunflower State.
EMP Shield will create more than 1,200 jobs at the new computer chip manufacturing facility in Burlington, KS.
Integra Technologies' $1.8 billion investment is the second-largest economic development project in Kansas history.
New Hill's Pet Nutrition global and U.S. headquarters will be located in the Greater Kansas City Area; Topeka will remain its global hub for science innovation and manufacturing.
Leaps and bounds at life sciences companies have spurred evolution in site selection decisions.
Enacted by Gov. Laura Kelly, the "Kansas Framework for Growth” is having a positive impact on a wide swath of the Kansas business climate.
As FinTech activity continues to grow, financial services firms are finding locations with ecosystems to support their burgeoning business needs.
A marquee initiative of EDA’s American Rescue Plan, this program awards between $25 and $65 million to rebuild regional economies across the nation.
Investments in renewable energy are driving job growth and site selection decisions across the nation.
New canning lines in Emporia, KS and Dubuque, IA, and a new pet food distribution facility in Edgerton, KS are part of the pet food company's $500 million growth plan.
New Panasonic Energy electric vehicle (EV) battery facility will create up to 4,000 jobs in the Kansas City Region, and is the largest economic development project in state history.
Economic developers are going to great lengths to highlight their advantages as competition dramatically increases for new manufacturing locations.
Scorpion Biological Services' new 500,000-square-foot biomanufacturing facility will create 500 jobs in Manhattan, KS.
The expansion will support Snickers, Milky Way and 3 Musketeers production at the chocolate manufacturer's Topeka, KS facility, and create more than 100 jobs.
Kansas, the Sunflower State wants to use a number of assets, including geographic location, to entice more companies to try it out.
Expectations that the COVID-19 pandemic may soon ease is giving some hope to aviation and aerospace executives, who anticipate that the commercial end of the business will soon rebound.
Collins Aerospace will use its new 279,000-square-foot facility for the manufacture of its interior product line.