SOUTH CAROLINA: First in Quality of Life

Most people think of South Carolina as a tourist destination. And with picturesque beaches and numerous historic sites and plantations, tourism is certainly is certainly a large economic driver. But the state also developed an exceptional economic climate that helps companies keep down operating costs as well as performance-based…

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KANSAS: Technology Meets Charm

Kansas, with a population of just over 2.9 million, has established itself as a place of opportunity. The state offers major advantages in costs, taxes, skilled workforce as well as major transportation assets that make the Sunflower State a haven for investment and innovation.

Advanced manufacturing, especially aviation and…

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Innovations Driving Demand

There is a lot of attention surrounding plastics recycling and related environmental concerns. The industry is responding to those issues, even as it continues to gain momentum with new ideas in plastics products that will change how other industries, like the automotive industry, use and work with plastics-based components…

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May/June 2019

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NEW BRUNSWICK: Low Cost, Educated Workforce

Located on the Atlantic Coast of Canada, the province of New Brunswick has a population of 759,000, 63 percent of which is within the typical working ages of 15-64.

The primary economic drivers in New Brunswick are the health care and social assistance sector, as well as retail…

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