US Sports Congress to Cater to Econ Development Pros at December Event

June 22, 2021

The US Sports Congress conference and tradeshow is adding events that cater to economic development professionals for its December conference. more >>

SC: BMW Expands Spartanburg Co. Operations with New Logistics Center

December 7, 2021

BMW Manufacturing is expanding operations in Spartanburg County, S.C., with the construction of a new $100 million logistics center. more >>

AL: Lockheed Martin Opens Hypersonics Factory in Lawrence County

December 7, 2021

Lockheed Martin opened one of the nation’s smartest factories, where workers will bring to life futuristic technologies to protect the U.S. more >>

UT: ReliaQuest Expands with New Salt Lake City Office, Possible 400 Jobs

December 7, 2021

ReliaQuest, the leader in Open XDR-as-a-Service, announced it will open a new office location in Sandy, Utah, just outside of Salt Lake City. more >>

AZ: Grocer Aldi Adds Two Stores in Metro Phoenix Area

December 7, 2021

Aldi, a discount grocery chain with locations all over the world, is adding two new metro Phoenix stores in December, bringing their Arizona total up... more >>

Dollar General to Open 1,110 Stores in 2022, Plans International Expansion

December 6, 2021

Dollar General unveiled aggressive expansion plans that includes its first stores outside of the U.S. more >>

VA: Poultry Processor To Establish Operation In Winchester, with 111 Jobs

December 6, 2021

TFC Poultry LLC will invest $31.5 million to establish its second U.S. production facility in Winchester, Va. more >>

Poll: 64% Of U.S. Small Business Owners Say Feds Need to Offer More Help Now

December 6, 2021

Alignable’s National Policy Poll shows that a healthy majority (64%) say the U.S. federal government is not providing enough support to foster... more >>

DE: Delaware Launches First-of-Its-Kind Partnership Supporting STEM Education

December 6, 2021

The three-year partnership program directly supports the Delaware Pathways initiative. more >>

OK: OKC Convention Center to Host Major 2022 Econ Dev Conference

December 6, 2021

The International Economic Development Council recently selected Oklahoma City as the site for its 2022 annual conference Sept. 18-21. more >>

Shortage of Qualified IT Workers May Leave Firms Vulnerable to Cyberattacks

December 6, 2021

Critical infrastructure increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks, as global shortage of skilled IT workers intensify the risks, says GlobalData. more >>

Labor: Claims for Unemployment Aid Plunge to Lowest Level Since 1969

November 29, 2021

The latest weekly claims for jobless aid plunged to the lowest level in more than 50 years last week, according to data released by the U.S. Labor... more >>

ASME’s E4C Announces Speaker Lineup for Impact.Engineered Virtual Event

November 29, 2021

Fifth annual forum convenes leading engineers, impact investors, scholars, and social entrepreneurs to celebrate engineering driving sustainable... more >>

SBA Reports Progress on Delivering Support to America's Small Businesses

November 29, 2021

The Small Business Administration says the U.S. has made significant strides to ensure Americans can safely congregate with loved ones. more >>


Seed Money: Grass Seed Shortage, Inflation Affecting Sports Industry

October 12, 2021

There's a shortage out there and it's not toilet paper. It's grass seed, something needed for venues like golf courses and sports fields. And this... more >>


A Workforce for the Future, and Quality of Life Considerations

September 28, 2021

To thrive in 2022 and beyond, companies need an educated workforce with the right resources to support their families. To attract skilled employees,... more >>


Your future in Ontario A Roadmap for Innovation and Collaboration at the Heart of North American Markets

September 28, 2021

The scale and diversity of Ontario’s economy offers an unparalleled range of industrial capacity, skill, and talent. Not only is Ontario the... more >>


Kansas: A Exceptional Place to Live, Work and Play

September 28, 2021

Kansas is home to a vast network of diverse, quality and precision manufacturing companies. With products ranging from fuselages to food and... more >>


Ohio Has a Generational Opportunity in Favor of Innovation

September 28, 2021

JobsOhio’s innovation strategy includes initiatives and investment funds that complement existing strategies, thereby increasing Ohio’s economic... more >>


Despite Pandemic, North Carolina Remains a Top Choice for Diverse Industries

September 28, 2021

North Carolina’s year-over-year success in attracting companies on the cutting-edge of technology and innovation is just one reason why the Tar... more >>


Florida The High-Tech Future is Here

September 28, 2021

The Sunshine State boasts a pro-business climate, expansive infrastructure, growing and diverse workforce, and an unmatched quality of life.... more >>


Missouri: More Innovation; More Growth; More Success

November 29, 2021

Companies and organizations have been making huge investments in Missouri recently, creating thousands of life-changing jobs. In fact, in the... more >>

New Spec Building Part of TexAmericas Center’s Plan to Seize Opportunities

New Spec Building Part of TexAmericas Center’s Plan to Seize Opportunities

November 15, 2021

TexAmericas Center, located near the Texas-Arkansas border along Interstate 30, owns and operates one of the largest mixed-use industrial complexes... more >>

The Van Norman Innovation Park

The Van Norman Innovation Park

October 7, 2021

The Van Norman Innovation Park (VIP) in Tillsonburg, Ontario has industrial lands available from $50,000/acre. With lots from 3 to 16 acres, these... more >>


Florida Breaks Through

October 1, 2021

Enterprise Florida (EFI) has recently announced the evolution of their global brand, “Florida – The Future is Here.” In the highly competitive... more >>

Louisiana women help power state’s life sciences industry

Louisiana women help power state’s life sciences industry

August 31, 2021

From advanced pharmaceutical development to breakthrough diabetes treatments, Louisiana’s life sciences community has a storied history in the... more >>

Louisiana Economic Development

A Perfect Fit: Plastics in Louisiana

March 12, 2021

Gifted with natural resources, Louisiana excels at producing one of the world’s most-essential manufactured materials: plastic. The state is also... more >>

Arlington Heights, Illinois: Positioned for Success

Arlington Heights, Illinois: Positioned for Success

February 24, 2021

Arlington Heights is a growing, thriving municipality just northwest of Chicago, home to nearly 76,000 residents with a median annual household... more >>

5 Steps to Ensure Work-From-Home Employees Maximize Corporate Performance

March 13, 2020

Here are 5 steps to ensure that creating a remote workplace environment for employees is a positive, beneficial step for the company. more >>

Ericsson to Create 50,000 Career Opportunities In U.S. Over Next 5 Years

March 11, 2020

Ericsson North America will create 50,000 enhanced career opportunities for individuals in the U.S. workforce over the next five years. more >>

Energy Dept. Announces $20M Investment in Workforce Dev in Emerging Fields

March 6, 2020

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced up to $20 million in funding for workforce development at universities in emerging energy fields. more >>

IA: State Makes Progress Toward Reaching Postsecondary Attainment Goal

March 5, 2020

Iowa’s postsecondary educational attainment increased to 60.2% in 2019, growing by 2.6% from 57.6% reported in 2018. more >>

FL: Colleges to Receive $3.6M to Create Northeast Florida Fintech Initiative

February 13, 2020

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced that $3.6 million will be awarded to two colleges to create the Northeast Florida Fintech Initiative. more >>

WI: New Program Launched to Recognize Veteran-Ready Employers

January 30, 2020

With Wisconsin’s “Vets Ready Employer” initiative, the state is demonstrating its ongoing commitment to helping veterans and their families... more >>

NY: State to Create Training Institute for Wind Farm Workers

January 8, 2020

New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said the state will spend $20 million to create a training institute for prospective employees of planned offshore wind... more >>

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