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2018 Gold & Silver Shovel Awards: Kansas and Mississippi Awarded Silver Shovels - States with Populations Less than 3 Million
2018 Gold & Silver Shovel Awards Recognize States’ Efforts to Attract High-Value Investment & Large Job-Creating ProjectsMore than 200 projects across multiple states brought with them the promise -- in total -- of thousands of jobs and billions of dollars in investment.
2017 Top States for Doing Business: Georgia Ranks #1 Fourth Year in a RowThe top-ranked states have committed to adding value as economic development leaders and problem-solvers, characteristics that are recognized by consultants to industry.
2017 Gold & Silver Shovel Awards Recognize States Compiling Healthy Rosters of New and Expanded FacilitiesThe work of economic development is a complicated mix of salesmanship, customer service, technical and legal expertise, communications, relationship-building, and a healthy dose of good fortune.
2016 Top States for Doing Business Commentary: Top-Performing States Place Significant Emphasis on Economic DevelopmentThe top-performing states continually compete against one another to attract business and challenge each other to maintain or improve capabilities.
2016 Top States for Doing Business: Georgia Back in Top Spot AgainThere are many factors that go into being a “top state for business” — from labor and real estate costs to the tax and regulatory environment to workforce development programs and more; the states that made the 2016 Top States for Doing Business list scored high in each category.
Leading Locations for 2016: San Francisco-Redwood City-South San Francisco Ranks First Among MSAsFor the sixth year, Area Development has tackled the question with a multifaceted approach that crunches a wide variety of data to arrive at rankings in four vital factors — Prime Workforce, Economic Strength, Year-Over-Year Growth, and Five-Year Growth.
2016 Gold & Silver Shovel Awards Recognize States That Have Garnered High-Impact Economic Development ProjectsThe states receiving this year’s Shovel Awards are being recognized for their large numbers of high-impact economic development projects, including $1 billion+ deals with thousands of new jobs. Six states — California, Ohio, Tennessee, South Carolina, Nevada and Utah — are being awarded Gold Shovels in recognition of projects undertaken in 2015.
Beyond Silicon Valley: Promising New Tech BoomtownsIn its quest for lower costs, modern facilities, and access to talent, the booming tech sector is finding it can strike gold outside California.
U.S. Legislative, Incentives, & Economic Development Policies UpdateGrowing companies need to be aware of the many changes states are making to their incentives policies.
Nevada Direct Financial IncentivesNevada's economic development, finance and tax organizations provide a range of incentive programs to initiate new business and commercial investment.
Nevada Basic Business Taxes 2016Corporate income tax, State business license fee, Sales and use tax abatement, State Plan for Economic Diversification and Development, business in Nevada, business licenses and permits, Property tax, Personal property tax abatement, economic diversification and development, doing business in Nevada, minimum job creation, employee health plans, minimum capital investment, wage requirements, Modified Business Tax Abatement, Renewable energy abatements, Workers' compensation insurance, Unemployment compensation tax, Pollution-control equipment, Industrial fuels and raw materials, Freeport law
Regional Report: The Mountain States Garner Accolades for Business ExpansionTheir economies are faring well, but the Mountain States continue to keep themselves busy building new industries and supporting existing employers.
Data Center Demand Emerges Throughout New Locations in North AmericaData centers are key economic drivers in markets within which they operate, and operators have looked to be more efficient with their locations, expanding into regions with more flexible utility costs, incentives packages or lower taxes.
MOBE Eyes Reno, Nevada for Co-Headquarters