Brian Corde, Managing Partner, Atlas Insight (Directory 2017)
Companies have been following the millennial talent pipeline to the urban locales this population cohort prefers, but as this group ages their lifestyle preferences — and your company’s location choices — may change.
Michael Darch, Founding President, Consider Canada Cities Alliance (Directory 2017)
Combined with NAFTA, CETA provides companies located in Canada with preferential access to the world’s two largest economies — the U.S. and the EU — that together with Canada represent half of the world’s GDP.
Tim Feemster, Managing Principal, Foremost Quality Logistics (Directory 2017)
The Trump administration’s promise to rebuild the nation’s infrastructure leaves a lot of unanswered questions, but one thing is certain: the work is long overdue and will cost a lot more than the promised $1 trillion investment.
Josh Bays, Principal, Site Selection Group, LLC (Directory 2017)
Utility economic development organizations can bring a lot to the table during the corporate location process, especially in terms of technical expertise along with strategic and project-level funding.
Tom Ewing, Staff Editor, Area Development (Directory 2017)
September 30th marked an important clean air deadline. That’s when governors had to send EPA a list of in-state regions judged to comply, or not, with the revised ozone (O3) standard, changed one year earlier, October 1, 2015.
Ben Grinnell, Managing Director, North Highland (Directory 2017)
To drive market gains in today’s rapid pace of digitization, organizations must move decisively to align technology and digital with strategy and culture, choosing continuous improvement, agility, automation and transparency over business-as-usual.
Mark Crawford, Staff Editor, Area Development (Directory 2017)
Automotive, aerospace, and pharmaceutical companies are among Kentucky’s advanced manufacturers that are benefiting from the varied support services offered by the state, including its efforts to build a highly skilled workforce.