Check out this events calendar
devoted exclusively to the many disciplines involved in global corporate site selection.
August 31, 2015 - September 1, 2015 , Cities for Life Global Meeting 2015
September 2 - 4, 2015 , Brownfields 2015
September 8 - 10, 2015 , XXV Economic Forum
September 10 - 11, 2015 , 2015 WFZC Smart Cities and Zones Summit
September 15 - 17, 2015 , Solar Power International 2015
10 Key Elements of Successful Data Center Site Selection
Credit Where It’s Due:
The United States still has a ways to go to attain one organization’s goals for post-secondary credentials.
A Healthy Revolution:
Consumers want healthier food choices and the industry is responding.
European IT Centers:
In Search of ICT Professionals:
Few doubt that the information and communication technologies economy will dominate in coming years and the presence of ICT clusters will continue to support metropolitan areas in Europe.
Put analytics and the assembly line together, and watch the sparks fly.
Aerospace Part 1:
Droning On and On:
An in-between time is the right time to cultivate one state’s growing UAS industry cluster.
Locations of the Future:
Site Selection’s recent Locations of the Future survey respondents project the future.
New sites and new research aim to identify where the next codebreakers will emerge.
Look to these paragons of green parking to shift your sustainability efforts out of idle.
The Border Economy's Energy Transitions:
Changes now underway could spark a new round of industrial development equivalent to the creation of maquiladoras and the passage of NAFTA.
The Survey Says... :
Newly available commercial building microdata from across the nation reveals multiple trends involving building size, regional patterns and energy use.
A Global Energy Transformation, West Africa's Hunger for Power and more...
Body of Work:
Yesterday it was 'Shark Tank,' today it's the world for a Florida-born manufacturer of synthetic humans.
As MicroVention comes home to Aliso Viejo, its Japanese parent company feels increasingly at home in California.
A global consultancy issues two new reports on global biopharma competitiveness, finding the US tops and its northern neighbor wanting.
NMBS in Cuba, COFEPRIS, Colliers in Houston, and More
Governor Cuomo Unveils Vision For Transformative Redesign of LaGuardia Airport:
First Half of New Unified Terminal Structure to Break Ground in First Part of 2016 Via New Public Private Partnership Negotiated by Port Authority
New Pratt & Whitney Facility, A330 Built in China, PRECORP in SC, and More!
Young brainpower, ambitious centennial goals and 20 years of public-private partnership make Turkey a land of ample opportunity.
A Comeback In the Making:
Michigan retools its economic development strategy to make talent development job one.
Utah Builds Its Workforce Better than Most
Focused on Relationships:
For Hoosier Energy and its rural electric distribution partners, accolades are welcome. Making connections is even better.
ICT Hub in the Making:
Will changes to SEZ rules hurt Jamaica’s growing BPO sector?
Decision-makers explain why they’re moving their companies downtown. Others see downtowns coming to them.
Cambodia’s Minister of Commerce moves fast with reforms so that new FDI will move faster to his homeland.
Welcoming the World:
New Jersey capitalizes on unprecedented wave of corporate headquarters mobility, especially among multinational firms.
Tennessee gets creative in aligning workforce development and higher education.
All politics aside, it’s workforce and training that continues to cinch deals.
Completing the Circle:
With so much project activity in the Gulf, is there room to turn around?
'A Lot of Common Sense Things':
Focusing on the basics of good business keeps the Beehive State buzzing.
The Long View:
Taking stock of Georgia’s assets, Mercedes moves south.
The Multiplier Effect:
The Phoenix East Valley awaits the implications of landing Apple’s $2-billion command center; Boeing uses cost competitiveness to thread the sequestration needle.