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2019 Top States for Doing Business: Georgia Ranks #1 Sixth Year in a RowThe top-ranked states have landed on the radar of today’s site selection consultants because of their low business costs, generous incentive programs, and competitive labor environments, among other probusiness advantages.
2019 Gold & Silver Shovel Awards Project of the Year: Life Sciences Company Regeneron Expanding in New York StateRegeneron’s $800 million, 1,500-employee expansion will fuel growth in the Capital Regions as well as lifesaving innovation.
Accessing Talent Through a Dual Headquarters MoveThere are many lessons to be learned from the Amazon search for a second headquarters location, but establishing dual headquarters is more the exception than the rule.
2018 Gold & Silver Shovel Awards: California, Florida, Illinois and New York Awarded Silver Shovels - States with Populations over 12 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 Commentary: Availability of Existing Talent Should Also Be Taken into AccountShovel-ready sites, speed of permitting, and workforce development programs put the South in the lead, but taking availability of existing talent into account may have place more populous states higher in the rankings.
2017 Top States Commentary: Leading States Show a Bi-Partisan Focus on Economic DevelopmentThe Top States rankings reflect the practicality of working real projects in these states because their economic development organizations work hard to win and locate projects.
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.
Tech Firms Find New Opportunity in Emerging Hotspots“Hidden gems” like Sacramento and Albany are winning more industry interest thanks to affordable, talent-rich ecosystems.
Regional Report: New Investments and Job Creation Are Keeping the Mid-Atlantic’s Economy GrowingUnemployment rates across the region are mixed, but companies in a variety of industry sectors have pledged investments and the creation of new jobs.
Location Strategies in the War for Millennial TalentWhen it comes to attracting tech-savvy millennials, companies are giving a fresh look to metro areas and downtowns that will give them a competitive edge.
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.
Regional Talent Attraction Study Results: It’s Not All About Core CitiesAs many regions have become equally or more concerned with supporting existing companies than with recruiting new businesses, attracting and retaining talent has become a focal point. Which counties are standing out with high net migration and skilled job growth?
Cloud Adoption Multiplying Data Center DemandThe rising reliance on digital content and data sovereignty laws are driving demand for data center space.
Henkel Plans Expansions at Geneva, New York and West Hazleton, Pennsylvania Production Plants
Eastman Kodak Company Launches Kodak Pharmaceuticals in Rochester, New York and St. Paul, Minnesota