Check out this events calendar
devoted exclusively to the many disciplines involved in global corporate site selection.
July 26 - 28, 2015 , Southern Economic Development Council
September 8 - 10, 2015 , XXV Economic Forum
September 10 - 11, 2015 , 2015 World Free Zone Convention (WFZC)
September 15 - 17, 2015 , Solar Power International 2015
September 22 - 25, 2015 , IASP 2015 World Conference
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.
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?
Beantown is the only city to top 80 points in newly released biannual energy efficiency rankings.
Projects in Indiana and elsewhere aim to find new ways to store energy from renewable power generation plants.
Shining in All Directions:
It's been a busy spring for SunEdison.
ComEd, Ireland Biomass Plant, EPA on Fracking, Crime in Bakken, and More!
On the Move:
Two years after its initial vision, DMC is now taking shape in MN.
Open to Growth:
Think RTP is aging? Bayer CropScience's investments indicate it's in the flower of youth.
Galapagos Evolves in France :
Galapagos Evolves in France reports that a Paris-area life sciences hub moved fast to meet a Belgian biotech firm's needs.
Bio in NY Tax Free Program, Bone Therapeutics to Open USA, Analysis of NIH Grants, and More!
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!
Focused on Relationships:
For Hoosier Energy and its rural electric distribution partners, accolades are welcome. Making connections is even better.
Sweet Spot: 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.
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
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?
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.
Taking the Plunge:
Kentucky’s state and local resources help entrepreneurs gain traction.
Staying Close to Home:
An Iowa manufacturer finds plenty of reasons to keep operations nearby.
Denver is the choice for a sustainable city concept first planted in Japan to blossom in the United States.
Region on the Rebound:
A diverse industrial base with a resurgent automotive sector, vibrant cross-border trade linkages and an improving North American economy are the main drivers of this region’s contribution to North American economi
Walk & Don’t Look Back:
New research shows Greater Boston is thinking ahead.