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Cost Sensitivities Increase CFO's Site Selection Role
The chief financial officer (CFO) is becoming more important in site selection due to the recession's downsizing.
How did the recession contribute to making the CFO's role in site selection more critical?
Christopher D. Lloyd, Senior Vice President and Director, Infrastructure and Economic Development, McGuireWoods Consulting
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The recession has certainly made companies not only more sensitive about costs and capturing savings wherever possible, but as companies downsized, they often shrank corporate real estate departments. Both trends have contributed to the growing role of the CFO as a bigger player in site selection.
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