Resource pages for "rural development"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
A solid education system, infrastructure investments, a strong workforce, and resilient business climate are just some of the many reasons why more and more companies choose to call Virginia home.
The company's 10th distribution center will create more than 450 new full-time jobs by the end of 2023 and service about 250 Tractor Supply stores.
Amazon will add the new fulfillment and transportation positions to the 40,000 corporate and technology jobs announced earlier this month.
Eric Voyles, Executive Vice President & Chief Economic Development Officer, TexAmericas Center, discusses military site remediation, impact of COVID-19 on development, and low-cost, reliable electricity.
With matching funds from the Federal Cares Act, Mississippi is undertaking a $65-million installation of broadband service in rural areas.
Shintech, the world’s top producer of polyvinyl chloride resins, will grow manufacturing and packaging facilities at its Iberville/West Baton Rouge complex.
In collaboration with state and local economic developers, Southern Ohio Communication Services will provide high-speed Internet service to 1,300 residential and business customers.
AES will modernize and expand its operations at its 1,300-acre site in McEwen, TN, resulting in 80 new jobs.
The vehicle chassis manufacturer will invest more than $13.9 million and create 193 new jobs in Cherokee County, SC.
The healthcare IT workforce service company will invest more than $500,000 in an expansion of its Hohenwald, TN operations.
The 200,000-square-foot tire retread and distribution facility in Milan will be largest of its kind for Love’s, and will create up to 80 jobs.
The grants, totaling more than $1.3 million, will help communities prepare industrial sites for economic development projects and achieve Select Tennessee site certification.
The global manufacturer will invest $2 million to establish a new manufacturing plant in Dayton, TN.
The grants, totaling more than $5 million, will help rural communities overcome barriers to achieve Select Tennessee site certification.
The trailer manufacturer will invest a total of $3.7 million in Campbell County, with new operations in Jellico and an expansion of its current operations in Jacksboro.
Adient will expand its automotive seating plant in Lexington, TN, creating approximately 200 new jobs.
Over the next five years, JDS Technologies, Inc. will invest $2.2 million and create approximately 110 new jobs in Winfield, TN.
The September / October 2017 features a tour of high-tech hubs, plus a look at the logistics and advanced manufacturing industries. Also, New Mexico, Mississippi, Illinois, Iowa, Colorado, Tennessee, and South Carolina.
The $6.2 million in grants will help communities and local organizations across the state of Tennessee prepare industrial sites for businesses.
Grants totaling $5.7 million will assist communities in finalizing infrastructure and engineering improvements for project-ready certified sites.