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Front Line: Inland Ports Spur Distribution GrowthLocations in the middle part of the country provide an alternative to coastal seaports while providing quick intermodal connections to the nation’s interior.
The Wabash Valley Power Alliance: Helping Businesses GrowBy offering affordable, reliable power and working with its community partners, this alliance of electric cooperatives is drawing businesses to its Midwest service territory.
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.
The Select Few Metros Where Wages Are Really GrowingA recent analysis from Emsi suggests that the labor market might not be as tight as the data shows — or at least not tight enough for businesses in aggregate to significantly drive up wages.
It’s Your Move: Critical Considerations When Relocating Corporate HeadquartersThe improving economy is making it more financially feasible for companies to relocate their corporate headquarters, but such a move calls for careful consideration of a variety of factors that will determine the ultimate success — or failure — of relocation.
Gubernatorial Shift: New Economic Development PoliciesNew governors of eight states reveal their ideas for strengthening their states’ economies and growing their business bases.
Credit & Incentive Trends in Landing a Data CenterTax incentives have played a key role in differentiating potential data center facility locations.
Regional Report: Midwest Economy Buffeted by the Winds of ChangeThere have been ups and downs in the world of Midwest auto manufacturing, but the region has also shown growth in the technology, agribusiness, and logistics/distribution sectors.
2016 Top States for Doing Business Commentary: Power Companies’ Support Helps Top States to Score HighThe majority of the Top States for Doing Business have one severely underrated asset in common: the strong support of well-organized and well-funded power companies.
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.
Frontline: Incubators Help Startups to Grow and SucceedStartup fever is exploding across America, as a slow-growth economy, corporate job cutbacks, and the work ethos and expectations of the burgeoning millennial generation reshape the business landscape.
Missouri Basic Business TaxesCorporate income tax, Sales and use taxes exemptions, Pollution-control equipment, Industrial machinery and equipment, Idustrianl fuels and raw materials, Property tax
Missouri Direct Financial IncentivesMissouri's economic development, finance and tax organizations provide a range of incentive programs to initiate new business and commercial investment.
Regional Report: Industrial Diversification Helps Midwest Meet Today’s Economic ChallengesThe largely Midwest-based automotive is humming along to record sales and hauling hundreds of companies in the region along with it while technology companies have begun to warm up to the talent and work ethic that resides in America’s heartland.
Spartech Transforms Paulding, Ohio, Plant to Provide Plexiglass Protection Against COVID19
AJ Manufacturing Manufactures Portable Reverse Flow Fan at Kansas City, Missouri, Factory