Idaho: Balanced Budget for the Economy

By Lori Culpepper

Idaho’s economy is strong thanks to low taxes, a balanced state budget and a commonsense regulatory environment.

The state’s constitution requires maintaining a balanced budget, which it did even during the recession. In part because of this, Idaho is in the top 10 states for…

20 Apr 11:03 AM 0 Read More...

Building Economic Power with Communications and Information Technology Strategies

Economic development relies on a steady and evolving convergence of communications technologies using applications based on IT developments.

It’s common sense today to recognize the convergence of communications and information technology (IT). In fact, information technology is now part of the communications device most people have in their pockets…

18 Apr 11:59 AM 0 Read More...

Grand Junction Economic Partnership

Grand Junction, Colo., to Move Forward on $30 Million Combined Business Park and Recreational Development
 

City Manager Approved to Negotiate Lease and Incentive Package to Retain Outdoor Recreation Company Bonsai Design as the Anchor Business for the New Business Park

GRAND JUNCTION, CO (April 5, 2017) – Last week, the…

07 Apr 10:58 AM 0 Read More...

Ontario: A Top Economic Leader in North America

By Lori Culpepper

Ontario is the second largest province in Canada, and Ontario’s workforce exceeds six million people.

Ontario is located within a day’s drive of more than 40 percent of North America’s population. This central location, along with its competitive business costs and highly skilled workforce…

06 Apr 11:00 AM 0 Read More...

Tennessee: Continued Focus on Manufacturing

By Lori Culpepper

While some states may not have focused as much on their manufacturing workforce in recent years, Tennessee still makes a huge variety of products, including cars, guns, guitars, batteries, refrigerators, savory snacks and whiskey.  These products are made in Tennessee and shipped out all over the world…

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