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Business Globalization / Next Shoring

The Secret to Site Selection Success

Meredith O'Connor, International Director and Headquarters Practice Group Co-Chair, JLL (Location USA 2018)

Following the recipe of labor, real estate, and incentives has become a proven framework for both foreign and domestic companies to make educated decisions on new sites. More

The Team…and the Timing When Making a U.S. Location Decision

Stephanie L. Yarbrough, Womble Bond Dickinson (Location USA 2018)

The company’s executive team, working in conjunction with outside legal and other consultants in a timely manner, can create a “win” for both the business and the community in which it chooses to locate. More

Made in America: An Outlook for Manufacturing in the U.S.

Jason Tolliver, Vice President and Head of Industrial Research, Americas, Cushman & Wakefield (Location USA 2018)

Multinational firms continue to make significant investments in U.S. manufacturing facilities and logistics networks regardless of vagaries in trade policy. More

An Effective RFP Process for Your Next U.S. Capital Investment

David Cooper, Shareholder, Maynard Cooper Gale P.C. (Location USA 2018)

A poorly managed RFP process may cause delays, distractions, and produce bad information for your next project. A well-executed process considers the goals of the project and crafts an RFP process with that end in mind. More

FDI & Reshoring Lead to U.S. Manufacturing Growth

Stephen Gray, CEO, Gray Construction (Location USA 2018)

An improving business climate, including tax cuts and elimination of onerous regulations, bodes well for manufacturing in the United States. More

The United States Remains the Global Leader in Business and Investment

SelectUSA (Location USA 2018)

The United States is the best place in the world to invest and do business. This isn’t hyperbole — it’s a fact. More

Challenges Facing the International Project Manager of an FDI project

Angela Grace, Principal, Blackshaw Partners LLC (Location USA 2018)

An interview with Franck Mouriaux, chief engineer at RUAG Schweiz and project manager at RUAG Space in Florida, helps shed light on the process and challenges a foreign company faces when setting up a facility in the U.S. More

In Focus: Steel Tariffs to Prevent U.S. Economic Growth

Stephen Gray, CEO, Gray Construction (Q2 2018)

The recently enacted tariffs on steel and aluminum have created an uncertain investment climate for both domestic and foreign firms, causing companies to rethink their supply chain strategies and put their expansion plans on hold. More

The U.S. and Italy: Natural Complementary Partners

Italian Trade Agency (Q2 2018)

The Italian Trade Agency’s innovative conferences help to illuminate the rich potential for new U.S.-Italy advanced manufacturing partnerships. More

U.S. Tax Reform: A Game-Changer for Manufacturers

John T. Livingstone, Principal, PwC and Rajiv Jetli , Principal, Management Consulting, PwC (Q2 2018)

The new tax law will provide U.S. manufacturers with additional cash, but they must still align their investment decisions with corporate growth strategies. More

Will The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Increase Inbound FDI?

Alexander Frei, Senior Vice President, CBRE and Aaron Hirschl , Senior Financial Analyst, CBRE (Q2 2018)

It’s hoped that the TCJA will lead more foreign companies to invest in the U.S., but this will impose an additional strain on a limited labor supply. More

America’s Economic Strength Built on Global Connections

Nancy McLernon, President & CEO, Organization for International Investment (OFII) (Q1 2018)

Considering the fact that global investment from foreign-based companies supports 6.8 million American jobs, U.S. trade policy should not be viewed as an “us vs. them” proposition. More

Trade Policy Creates Risk for North American Industrial Outlook

Jason Tolliver, Vice President and Head of Industrial Research, Americas, Cushman & Wakefield (Q1 2018)

The industrial forecast is strong. Will a revamped NAFTA change that? More

Reshoring Gains Traction in U.S. Manufacturing

Mark Crawford, Staff Editor, Area Development (Q1 2018)

U.S. manufacturers are picking up momentum in bringing the jobs back they outsourced decades ago to low-cost countries — a move called reshoring. More

A Changing Food Manufacturing Industry

Clare Goldsberry , Staff Editor, Area Development (2017 Food Processing)

Evolving consumer preferences, the use of automation, food safety regulations, and foreign direct investment are stirring up the food industry. More

Gauging the Long-Term Competitiveness of the U.S. Advanced Manufacturing Sector

Michelle Drew Rodriguez, Manufacturing Leader, Center for Industry Insights, Deloitte Services LP (Q4 2017)

Although the U.S. ranks highly in terms of its global advanced manufacturing competitiveness, some challenges to this ranking must be addressed. More

American Manufacturing: Back in the Game?

Seth Martindale, Managing Director, CBRE (Q4 2017)

The U.S. manufacturing sector continues to rebound as a result of pent-up demand for goods and, perhaps, the effect of the Trump administration’s “pro-America” agenda. More

Why Local Geography Still Matters in the Global Location Decision

Brad Lindquist, Senior Managing Director, Newmark Knight Frank and Gregg Wassmansdorf, Senior Managing Director, Global Corporate Services, Newmark Knight Frank (Q4 2017)

When analyzing the primary cost and quality factors that drive the site selection decision, companies need to be aware of the differences that exist not only regionally but also locally. More

The Not-So-Secret Advantages of a Canadian Location

Steve Stackhouse-Kaelble, Staff Editor, Area Development (Location Canada 2017)

Canada’s business advantages have been recognized for quite some time, resulting in the nation receiving numerous accolades. More

First Person: Ontario’s Investment Office Is a One-Stop Information Source for Investors

Allan O'Dette, Chief Investment Officer, Ontario Investment Office (Location Canada 2017)

Allan O’Dette was appointed as Ontario’s first Chief Investment Officer (CIO) in April 2017. He leads the newly created Ontario Investment Office, which has both a domestic and international facing mandate to secure increased investment in key sectors while strengthening the overall competitiveness of Ontario firms. More