Bio & Pharmaceuticals

Article | March 31, 2005
Location Decisions of BioConvergence Industries   

With so much activity surrounding biosciences, health care, and bio-related information technologies, how will private sector companies choose their... More>>


Article | March 31, 2005
The Convergence of Health Care, Biotech, and Technology - and the Location Decisions Behind Them   

The continued integration of bio- and information-technologies into the health care industry will result in a significant shift in how new bio-based... More>>


Article | December 31, 2004
New Jersey: Where Ideas and Initiative Spell Success   

From Thomas Edison to Albert Einstein, New Jersey has long been home to great thinkers who do great things. That’s no less true today, and New... More>>


Article | September 30, 2004
Corporate Headquarters Site Selection   

When choosing a location for a corporate headquarters, it is not as much a real estate question as it is a business question. A company’s corporate... More>>


Article | September 30, 2004
Florida: Innovation Hub of the Americas   

Combine a growing consumer market, an expanding pool of talent, a supportive government and a strong asset base, and Florida assures companies... More>>


Article | September 30, 2004
Site Selection for the Technology Industry   

The technology industry is experiencing renewed growth, and the outlook for many new and emerging industries is nowbrighter than ever. Spending on... More>>


Article | June 30, 2004
Arkansas: A Natural for Business   

Arkansas’ central U.S. location and comprehensive transportation network position the state as a strategic center for distribution. Located within... More>>


Article | June 30, 2004
Kansas: An Emerging Presence in the Logistics and Bioscience Industries   

By highway, rail, or air, Kansas offers excellent transportation and logistical advantages. Because Kansas is central and because the state has... More>>


Article | June 30, 2004
Why the World's Best Companies Are Moving to Texas   

In the 19th Century, it was not uncommon to find the words “Gone to Texas” etched on abandoned shops and homesteads all across the United States... More>>


Article | June 30, 2004
Michigan: Driving High-Tech in the 21st Century   

Michigan, perhaps more than other states historically based on an industrial economy, has risen above the rust-beltimage of the past into an... More>>