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July 2021

2021 Sustainability Rankings
Keeping It Real
Germany, Illinois and Toledo Top the 2021 Sustainability Rankings
Startup & Innovation Hubs
How Innovation Hubs Surged Despite the Pandemic
As it turns out, startups ended up surviving and even thriving, setting the stage for bolstered innovation ecosystems.
Smart Cities
Cities 4.0
Where Smart Solutions Meet Sustainability
Advanced Manufacturing
Apple Rediscovers Its Core
The company is one of many looking to make reshoring in the U.S. a bigger part of the digitized manufacturing environment of the future.
Rural Advantage
Which Way for Rural America?
Site Selection identifies top performers and digs down on their success.
Food & Beverage
Alternative Protein Facilities Gain Traction
“Alternative protein facilities will become their own category of corporate real estate,” says one expert about a market expected to reach $27 billion by 2027.
Talent Attraction
Connecting Skills to Opportunities
Drew Repp of Emsi Burning Glass shares insights into how Nevada SkillsMatch uses data to achieve results that go beyond job titles and degrees.
Colorado Makes a Name for Itself
With a robust mix of startups and giants of the aerospace industry, Colorado hopes to become known as America’s “Aerospace Alley.”
Capital Area’s Clean Energy Hub Adds an Offshore Wind Project
Who says offshore wind towers and components need to be built on the coast?
Your Genuine Self
Companies and Individuals Alike Fulfill Their Potential in Colorado
Baltimore Bets on The New Economy
E-commerce, life sciences, cybersecurity and more are discovering the advantages of locating at Tradepoint Atlantic and Port Covington.
Pflugerville, Texas
Lights, Camera, Pflugerville!
The bright lights of the film and TV business are shining on this Austin suburb.
Ascension Parish, Louisiana
On the Ascent
Ascension Parish in the Baton Rouge MSA is climbing the green ladder.
Abilene, Texas
Abilene’s Appeal Lands City’s Largest Deal
Food producers find fertile ground in Northwest Texas.
Functional Beverages Re-Establish Roots in APAC
Why the Asia Pacific is the largest region of the global $208 billion functional beverage market, and the choices companies face when entering this fast-growing region.
Atlantic Canada
Services Sector Drives Metro Areas’ Job Growth
Greater Halifax leads all Atlantic Canada regions’ in corporate project attraction over the past two years.
Editor's View
Reshoring Analysis Points To Better Days Ahead
The 2021 State of North American Manufacturing Annual Report from Thomas and the Reshoring Initiative’s 2020 Data Report both indicate things are trending in the right direction.
News Briefs
World Reports
An entrepreneur’s new juice factory in Uganda; FDI projections from UNCTAD; green investments in the Persian Gulf; the Pope’s electric car; and new AI Innovation Zones in China.
News Briefs
North American Reports
Sustainable Construction, Manhattan commercial leases, Kansas City Southern chooses a suitor and offshore wind gains traction.
Future Focused
As IAMC approaches its 20th anniversary next year, three IAMC corporate members look ahead.
With a New Day Come New Challenges, But Hope and Discourse Can Sustain Us
IAMC Chair Jennifer Roth says hope and discourse can sustain us. And experts say to rely on lessons learned for a robust disaster recovery plan.
The World's Eyes Land on Wisconsin
From Foxconn to the Ryder Cup, the Badger State is giving folks a reason to watch.
New Jersey
New Jersey Shores Up its Claim to U.S. Offshore Wind Energy
The Garden State is off to a good start on its way toward a goal of 7,500 megawatts of offshore wind power generation by 2035.
Tulsa Adds Canoo Plant To Its EV Credentials
Add Oklahoma to the list of states where electric vehicle manufacturing is getting under way.
E-commerce Companies Find ‘Prime’ Locations in the Show-Me State
Amazon must like what it sees in the Show-Me State, because it has made several new investments in recent months.
Intelligence Report
Upstate South Carolina
From minor league baseball to the legendary Milliken & Co., from Clemson University to venture capitalists, startup founders and a ride along the Swamp Rabbit Trail.
Upstate, South Carolina
A Visit on the Front Porch
In 2010 the Greenville News referred to Fluor Field as the front porch of Greenville.
Upstate, South Carolina
Quiet Giant - Milliken & Co. Products are Everywhere
But the pioneering company’s longtime home is in one place: Spartanburg County.
Upstate, South Carolina
The Upstate's Talent ROI is Substantial and Growing
The Upstate is a big reason for the big numbers. The region’s educational institutions aim to keep it that way.
Upstate, South Carolina
Where Startups Are Stakeholders
“We looked from Arizona to Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Texas. After full analysis, we ended up in Greenville.”
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