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31st Annual Survey of Corporate Executives Commentary: Survey Factor Rankings Borne Out By Location Decisions in Kentucky

Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development (Q2 2017)

The factors considered most important when making a location decision have been cited by many of the corporate executives who have made the decision to locate or expand facilities in Kentucky. More

Nebraska: Giving Power to Technology Growth

Nebraska Public Power District (March 2011)

Expanding technology companies are selecting Nebraska for their locations, particularly due to Nebraska Public Power District's favorable policies and shovel-ready sites. More

Gallatin Growing Business in Middle Tennessee

Area Development Research Desk (September 2010)

Located in the heart of Tennessee, the city of Gallatin is proving why the state took high honors in a recent site selection consultants survey by Area Development. More

Achieving Efficiency: New Energy Options, New Breakthroughs in Food Processing Technology

Emelyne C. (Em) Williams, Communications Coordinator, Georgia Power (September 2010)

Georgia's food processing industry is innovating with new green technologies and cutting-edge methods developed by companies and state universities. More

Infrastructure: The Long Road for Logistics

Joe Riley, Manager, Economic Development, Georgia Electric Membership Corporation (September 2010)

The logistics industry is beginning to confront challenges - including labor and government policy - while emerging as one of the global economy's most critical concerns. More
Tulsa Port of Catoosa Proximity Maps

Tulsa's Port of Catoosa: Moving Goods from America's Heartland

Area Development Research Desk on behalf of Tulsa Metro Chamber (September 2010)

Tulsa, Oklahoma's Port of Catoosa provides a centrally-located logistics hub on the McClellan-Kerr Waterway. More

South Carolina and the New Aviation Center of the East Coast

Donald P. "Rusty" Reed, Vice President, Business Development, South Carolina Power Team (June/July 10)

Boeing will invest $750 million and create 3,800 jobs in a massive expansion in Charleston, South Carolina. More

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