The location search process is a high-stakes, high-anxiety event for any company. Learn how leaders can make better use of their time and resources to create an efficient, productive location search process.
States and localities spend over $80B per year on economic development incentives, but how effective are they at increasing jobs, capital investment, and quality of life in their communities? Find out how to improve the use of this economic development tactic and get practical tips on how to enhance the impact and limit the waste.
Talent is often the most important factor in any company’s location decision or economic development discussion, but Businesses, Economic Developers, and Policymakers often measure it differently. Learn the questions you should be asking to truly understand a community’s current and future talent prospects.
The location search is one of the most complex and consequential processes a business can undertake. With such high stakes, it’s important to have a clear game plan. Discover the six factors that will help Businesses and Site Selection Consultants lead a successful, streamlined search.
What does it take for an economic development organization to truly leverage AI for improving their community impact? Here’s a step-by-step approach to integrating AI-powered analytics into an economic development organization.
The power of AI in economic development: Leveraging artificial intelligence to compete, bid, and win
Artificial Intelligence can be a gamechanger for Economic Developers hoping to attract more businesses to their communities. Find out how these tools can help Economic Developers improve their competitiveness.
Businesses, Site Selection Consultants, and Economic Developers can take vital lessons from Amazon’s process to choose its second headquarters. In this article, Founder and CEO, Sean Brazier, offers insights he gained as the lead author of Virginia’s winning bid for Amazon’s HQ2 and outlines the three impactful takeaways every business, Site Selection Consultant, and Economic Developer should know.