The third annual State of the States Report features new data elements, legislative and incentives updates and much more. Refer to this guide for location intelligence throughout 2012.
Contact center firms take varied approaches with home agents.
Digital Media & Entertainment Technology:
A look at two places where the digital media stars align.
James Coleman Lyne, Jr.:
Jack’s Final Chapter
Fuel Costs Now Drive D.C. Site Decisions:
Too many companies are looking for logistics advantages in all the wrong places, warns a supply chain expert.
Oil & Gas:
How Shale Gas Is Redefining the U.S. Energy Landscape:
Game-changing increases in natural gas supply require pipeline networks of game-changing reach and new facilities from which to export much of it to high-demand regions globally.
Site Selectors' Survey:
Dealing With the Squeeze:
Government cutbacks spur site selectors to seek locations with strong balance sheets.
Open to Possibilities:
Our annual list of megasites with mega potential.
Partners in Progress:
Alcoa and Fischer have forged a longtime technology partnership.
The Green Imperative:
Not Your Father’s Recycling Program:
Today’s corporate sustainability has a broader mandate, and a stronger focus on results.
ESBAS Industrial Park
Fertile Ground, Active Minds:
Centuries of innovation cement Thuringia as leader in advanced manufacturing.
Asia’s ‘Sun Belt’ Lures New Projects:
Power policies and residential demand add depth to Malaysia’s solar energy industry.
IBM’s 2011 Global Location Trends report, released in November, sheds light on how Mexico remains the leading recipient of foreign investment in Latin America.
North American Reports:
What Goes Around Comes Around; Carolinas Grow Finer; Whatever You Do, Don’t Compare These Numbers; Inside and Outside Indicators Stoke Optimism, Caveats
Daimler Expands at ‘Birthplace of the Automobile’; Container Growth; Audio for China; Auto Supplier Expands Globally
Jack of Our Hearts
A Letter from the Chair, Member News & Notes and more...
Sports broadcasters add space in Connecticut
Material Legacies Converge:
Heavy metal takes the stage in Limestone County.
A survey of energy executives gives high marks to this region’s development potential. Other sectors, too, are making inroads and investments.
Let’s Get Cracking:
When it comes to energy in this region, terminals are only the beginning.
The Common Denominator Is Jobs:
A national laboratory expansion and a new yogurt manufacturing project will deliver significant economic impact to their cities and to Idaho.
Maine life sciences firms run the gamut from animal care to cloud-based records.
Where the Tech Jobs Are:
Will an influx of high-tech workers reverse Detroit’s fiscal trajectory?
High-tech projects gather momentum.
A Chinese solar company has big plans for a former IBM facility.
Flight to Profitability:
Air cargo hubs in the Pacific Northwest help global firms streamline supply chains.
Taming the Wild West:
Broadband connectivity makes Wyoming a natural fit for IT companies.