Trade & Industry Development Magazine

2014 Issues
November/December 2014 November/December 2014

The November-December 2014 issue of Trade and Industry Development is packed full the most current information on the logistics industry and the latest thinking on modes of access to market provided by the top minds in the field as well as in exclusive interviews. From warehousing to ports to intermodal transportation there is an article to let you know what is current in the mode of transportation that is of greatest interest to you. But it doesn’t stop there. This November-December 2014 issue of Trade & Industry Development also features two insightful articles on major manufacturing sectors of the U.S. economy: metal working and fabrication as well as plastics and its use in automotive and aerospace/aircraft manufacturing.
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September/October 2014 September/October 2014

The September-October 2014 issue of Trade & Industry Development sheds light on the main concern its staff has heard from manufacturers in almost every community: there is a shortage of skilled employees available to take advantage of workforce opportunities in the manufacturing sector. The issue provides an abundance of editorial that offers great solutions, information on state-sponsored workforce development programs and exclusive interviews with companies that are successfully addressing the problem with the help of those programs. In addition, there is a terrific discussion on advanced manufacturing and what that term really means. In its entirety, this issue is a fantastic resource to kick-start progress toward a stronger manufacturing resurgence in the U.S. and helps bring understanding to the realities of modern manufacturing.
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July/August 2014 July/August 2014

Dive into this July-August issue of Trade & Industry Development and gain a whole new perspective on some of the most talked-about industries in the country. Change is in the air! And our authors address how it is affecting economic development. Alternative energy sources top the list. Find out from the most authoritative voices in the solar and wind energy industries how so many Americans and American businesses are embracing these sources of cleaner energy and maybe become inspired to adopt clean energy in your business.
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May/June 2014 May/June 2014

Want to know what’s happening on the economic development front for a handful of the hottest business sectors today? This May-June 2014 issue of Trade & Industry Development will bring you right up to speed with head-on, fact-based discussions of the impact of the U.S. industries that are making headlines in the business world today. This includes an entire column devoted to new as well as tried-and-true energy sources such as natural gas and petroleum that features exclusive interviews with leaders in specific areas of the country that are directly impacted by these industries’ investments and development activities and subsequent jobs creation.
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March/April 2014 March/April 2014

This special issue of Trade & Industry Development features the 9th annual edition of the CiCi (Corporate Investment & Community Impact) Awards, a program conducted exclusively by Trade & Industry Development. This unique, unparalleled awards program recognizes 30 businesses for the economic development announcements they made in 2013 as well as the economic development agencies representing the locations in which those developments will take place for their work in attracting those investments.
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January/February January/February 2014

If your business is medical manufacturing, biotechnology or food processing, the new year of 2014 looks promising for corporate growth and job creation. Want to know why? This January-February issue of Trade & Industry Development features three must-read articles that provide expert insight and research into the state of these industries that will let you in on the reasons behind the prospects for their growth and, in some cases, they document actual locations that are hotspots for economic development and job growth.
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