Check out this events calendar
devoted exclusively to the many disciplines involved in global corporate site selection.
August 4 - 6, 2014 , 2014 Utility Economic Development Association (UEDA) Summer Forum
August 7 - 8, 2014 , Doing Business with the Asian Development Bank
August 12 - 13, 2014 , Intro EB-5 Finance Course
August 14 - 15, 2014 , 2014 U.S. Manufacturing Summit
August 26 - 28, 2014 , 2014 Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Opportunities Conference
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
A perspective on site selection, incentives and outsourcing.
European It Centers:
Best in Class:
Munich, London and Paris top EU rankings. Ukraine could be an outlier with the inside track.
An exclusive look at how one university is seeking to connect groundbreaking energy research with future company groundbreakings.
Bringing Manufacturing Home:
Northeast Ohio’s additive manufacturing industry took a big step forward with the addition of a national innovation center for advancing 3D printing technology. America will benefit.
University Research Parks:
Hubs of Innovation:
A vigorous, modern economic system requires a thriving marketplace.
North American Automotive:
Toyota moves from three HQs to one, FDI continues to flow, and Mexico continues to welcome top dollar.
Get in Line:
Can any place on earth match the US head start with LNG? As permit delays continue, plenty are trying.
Where Hacker-Busters Come From:
At least four locations are cultivating cybersecurity clusters as demand for IT protection mounts.
Far from also-rans, these four states are nipping at the heels of biotech’s perennial leaders.
Up in Arms:
Is Australia about to deliver an about-face in renewable energy policy?
Three new reports from the International Energy Agency offer global insights into future investment needs, the next shale booms and the tremendous energy wasted by our 24/7 devices.
A biofuel/biogas project in Denmark is one of 39 projects across the EU benefiting from a unique funding program.
News about the literal dance of energy in Muskegon, Mich., new shale oil data, and much more!
Under the Microscope:
Major corporate takeovers that allow for the 'enhanced access to cash' that comes with moving abroad draw scrutiny, but might also drive growth.
San Diego acts fast to keep the lights on at Illumina.
More Than a Snapshot:
Jones Lang LaSalle's latest cluster analysis shows why digging deep is worth it.
News about Medacta in Chicago, Battelle's new bioscience findings, and much more!
ICON Aircraft to Bring Hundreds of Jobs to California
News about Boeing, Northrop Grumman, MTU Aero Engines, and much more!
Malaysia's Data Centre Sector:
Supply Meets Demand: Malaysia is the next logical site for Southeast Asia data centre operations, with dedicated resources and inherent location advantages.
Leading From the Front: Michigan remains the automotive industry epicenter.
Greater Kuala Lumpur:
An Oil & Gas Ecosystem For Southeast Asia: Greater Kuala Lumpur is recognised as a regional headquarters in Southeast Asia oil & gas industry in any number of analysis.
The Century Mark: It's a Start: As it begins its next 100 years, Batson-Cook reinforces its focus on manufacturing, healthcare and private commercial work.
Geared for What’s Next: A history of innovation creates the conditions for a prosperous future in Northwest Georgia.
Power Network: How Hoosier Energy’s network of electric cooperatives delivered the economic development goods in 2013, and what that means for this year.
Prince George’s County, Maryland:
All In: Gateways to growth abound in Prince George’s County
WuXi PharmaTech Begins Construction, Singapore Expansion, and much more!
Pay to Play:
The Costs of Doing Business in Myanmar
Made in Myanmar:
Manufacturing Site Location Considerations in Asia's Final Frontier Economy
Manitoba Premier Defines His Province's Competitive Edge
A Sleeping Giant No More:
Brazil is a strong global competitor with good potential for sustainable growth and prosperity. Infrastructure-related sectors are particularly dynamic.
Resolved for Now:
Hydropower is the secret sauce for major aluminum investment, as long as prices stay where the companies want them.
North American Reports:
Michigan, FDI, North and South of the Border, and much more.
Regardless of One's Politics:
States are discovering the chilling effect of anti-gay-marriage legislation.
How To Separate the Wheat From the Chaff
Tennessee acts on a blueprint for future success in its automotive sector.
How Utah Succeeds:
On April 3rd, Gov. Gary Herbert hosted The Governor’s Utah Economic Summit 2014 in Salt Lake City, where he was the featured luncheon speaker.
Sectors beyond energy add zip to Gulf of Mexico economies.
A Spirited Comeback:
With resurgent sales and new big-dollar plants, the distillery industry hits its stride in Kentucky.
A New Lease on Life:
State entities will occupy vacant Pfizer buildings.
The Invisible Crop:
Iowa continues to be a case study in fulfilling the promise of the wind.
Rural communities now can make site selectors aware of locations that would not otherwise have been noticed.
Momentum from 2013 carries over as Ohio’s project pipeline remains fuller than ever.
Bring It On:
Georgia has emerged as the state to beat, according to recent Site Selection rankings and the project activity behind them.