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Leslie Wagner

Ginovus


Leslie Wagner
Leslie Wagner, senior principal at Ginovus, brings over 25 years of experience to Ginovus clients in commercial real estate, project management, and development planning activities for governmental and not-for-profit organizations. Prior to joining Ginovus, Leslie worked with the Indiana Economic Development Corporation as a project manager and is a frequent speaker at local, regional, and national economic development events. She has authored articles in publications across the U.S. and Canada. She provides counsel on community redevelopment, planning, job creation and retention, infrastructure, research and development, regulatory environment, and
economic development incentive programs.

Article | January 5, 2021
Lessons from Financial Services and Other Corporate Headquarters Relocations: Even in a Pandemic, the Fundamentals Remain the Same   

By: Leslie Wagner

In 2021, the key drivers of corporate office relocations have changed quite a bit, though the fundamentals have remained steady. A company’s...more >>


Article | March 10, 2016
Why Corporate Headquarters Relocate   

By: Leslie Wagner

There's a trend of major companies relocating corporate headquarters. You need to know why and what to do in that situation. It's all here.


Article | January 14, 2015
Food Processing and Manufacturing: Trends Dictate Location Choices   

By: Leslie Wagner

Site selectors--take a look at the trends affecting decisions for food-oriented business locations, and the sites attracting those businesses.


Article | October 31, 2012
Logistics and Distribution Business is Robust with Activity   

By: Leslie Wagner

The supply chain management evolution is making companies re-evaluate what they look for when making real estate site location decisions.


Article | January 7, 2011
Successful Rural Communities Work Together   

By: Leslie Wagner

In a recession where unemployment percentages have teetered between 9-10% of our population, growth and success within communities have appeared to...more >>


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