Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Technology articles below.
myCOI will expand its Indianapolis headquarters, creating up to 185 jobs by 2021.
The engineering, technology-based manufacturer of innovative lighting solutions will expand its workforce by more than 100 employees.
The predicted uptick in 2017 will be largely driven by faster demand from emerging markets; productivity growth is stronger in Europe than the U.S., according to The Conference Board.
The managed IT service provider will invest $3.75M at the Bay Vista Office Park in the City of Largo.
The global technology firm will invest over $8.7 million, create up to 2,000 new high-skilled jobs in central Indiana by the end of 2021.
Stephen Moret, President and CEO of the VEDP, discusses the commonwealth’s top priorities for 2017, including becoming one of the South’s fastest employment growth states.
Greenlight.guru has expanded to a new office for tech startups and plans to create up to 120 new jobs by 2020 with help from state tax credits and training grants.
The premier technology integrator is expected to create 300 jobs over the next five years in Cookeville, TN.
Select Genetics will locate a new hatchery in Terre Haute with the help of up to $550,000 in state tax credits and training grants.
The investments will support Canadian-based technologies and create opportunities for businesses to grow and contribute to clean economic growth.
The company’s design, engineering, manufacturing and service headquarters in San Jose, CA has been expanded with a 182,000-square-foot fuel cell powered, LEED certified manufacturing facility.
The technology-enabled risk and benefits solutions management company will create 150 new jobs in Memphis, TN.
Report Exec has moved to the former Oak Creek Police Department building, where the founder started his career in law enforcement before launching the company.
AutoAlert will bring 200 new jobs to the city, which was selected for its revitalized and growing downtown area, access to tech talent, and convenient transportation options.
IOMAXIS will invest $3.8 million to expand its Fairfax County cybersecurity operation.
To win the talent war, corporations need to provide best In class, high-tech workplaces, according to research from CoreNet Global and ISS World Services.
Intel’s Fab 42 will target advanced 7 nm technology and will create approximately 3,000 high-tech, high-wage jobs in Arizona.