Check out this events calendar
devoted exclusively to the many disciplines involved in global corporate site selection.
May 28 - 29, 2015 , IMN's 5th Annual Financing, Investing & Real Estate Dev.
May 31, 2015 - June 3, 2015 , Trust Belt 2015
June 2 - 3, 2015 , 2015 Manufacturing Summit
June 2 - 4, 2015 , JEC Americas 2015 Composites Show & Conferences
June 7 - 9, 2015 , 2015 IEDC Economic Future Forum
North American Automotive:
Drive South ... of the Border:
Mexico states its FDI case $1 billion at a time. But the industry’s birthplace still has something to say too.
Best to Invest:
Top Investment Promotion Agencies of 2015
Best To Invest:
Top US Groups:
Southern Migration: It’s all about the place.
Top Deals of 2014:
Deep pockets will fuel pockets of prosperity in these locations, thanks to major commitments from global corporations.
Top Competitive States:
In It To Win It:
North Carolina has the workforce, infrastructure and other assets required by enterprises competing to win. But will an incentives rift today affect project results down the road?
New data show which companies and locations in the United States are attracting the big money.
Who’s chasing the wind, who’s catching it, and where is it taking us next?
Third Time a Charm?:
Some new projects near JFK are giving a transit hub in Jamaica, Queens, another shot at being the foundation of an Airport Village.
Go Toward the Light:
Need some help in your data center decision-making? Let the data itself show you the way.
Top Industries of 2014:
Let's Go to the Map:
Site Selection’s analysis of the Top Industries for corporate facility investment in 2014 reveals the Top 10 projects by capital investment
Be Your Own Utility:
A glimpse of the latest top performers in onsite renewable power generation
Anywhere But Here:
A major fine offers multinationals a learning opportunity about why location matters when it comes to international economic sanctions.
Oil & Gas:
Vertex Rail's well-timed project will employ 1,300 in Wilmington.
Alberta, Oklahoma, CBECS, Data Centers, Scotland, and More
West Pharm Growth, Science Translational Medicine, Cleveland, and More!
Time for Planting:
Medicago scales up at its home base.
Let It Snow:
Vermont's Northeast Kingdom grooms the slopes for foreign investors.
Patrimony and Progress:
Part of an organizational and civic transformation, the largest hospital move in Canadian history makes record time in Montreal.
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.
French Aerospace Facility in PA, Cirrus CEC at McGhee, and More!
Trinidad and Tobago are leaders in industrial diversity.
The Incentives Innovator:
How Iowa plans to seed an emerging industry via tax credits.
Start Me Up:
How Columbus acts like a magnet — and a greenhouse — for tech entrepreneurs.
Empire State Development:
Success In Short Order:
A still-new business creation program is already making a big impact.
Poised to Grow:
Corporate occupiers find Griffin Land’s shovel-ready developments in Connecticut and Pennsylvania perfectly timed and primed to deliver.
San Bernardino County:
People of Precision:
Advanced manufacturers in San Bernardino County rely on continuously improving educational and training systems to deliver globally competitive workers.
As foreign investment pours in, personal and professional ties with other nations only strengthen Turkey’s business case.
Greater Fort Lauderdale:
Movers and Shakers:
How a business-friendly tax climate and transportation infrastructure lure companies to Broward County, Fla.
North American Reports:
Heineken to Mexico, Top Talent Markets, Rapid Expansion, Potash and Much More!
Apples in Europe, IT Best, Most Entertaining Airport, and More
Equinix in Singapore, Atento Expands in Brazil, ROHM in Malaysia, and many more!
North American Reports:
Mercedes-Benz USA to Georgia, Small Business Friendly States, Underwater Island Walk in Toronto, and Much More!
Finland Adapts to a New Technology Landscape:
ICT hubs like Tampere offer a unique mix of skills, research and innovation.
How To Spot the Next Growth Markets:
Oxford Economics forecast models show that global metros with high concentrations of advanced manufacturing tend to be the leaders in metro growth when ranked by GDP output.
If your company needs talent in Western Canada, there are only nine cities where you'll find it.
Good State or Bad State?:
Site selectors offer their thoughts to companies and states navigating the dicey waters of economic development and social legislation.
Life Science Centers:
Best of the Bunch:
JLL and the world’s top companies see eye to eye when it comes to certain spots on the globe.
Is Your Area Deemed Best To Invest?
What the CEO Wants the CRE Leader to Know:
Interpreting Corporate Real Estate Effectively for the C-Suite
Walk & Don’t Look Back:
New research shows Greater Boston is thinking ahead.
How To Fix the Skills Gap:
Start by getting students jazzed about manufacturing careers early on.
A ‘True Game Changer’:
The Seattle region plans to be the most globally competitive in the country.
Safety in Numbers:
By several measures, Minnesota’s economy is firing on all cylinders.
Northeast states grapple with perceptions, and reality, concerning tax structure.
Bridges To the World:
Florida is nothing if not globally connected. It’s about to get more so.
A Catalyst for Change:
The power of ideas moves New Mexico forward.
South Central States:
Even with oil prices plunging, energy drives this region toward new opportunities.
State of Contradictions:
Tax credits, infrastructure projects and funding, and innovation top the news from the Golden State.