Arkansas: Incentives, Education and a Ready Workforce

With a growing and educated population and business-friendly environment, Arkansas ranks 16th in the nation for personal income growth and is among the Top 20 states to do business.

Arkansas’s government is focused on eliminating bureaucratic barriers that often impede business growth. Additionally, Governor Asa Hutchinson signed several…

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TEXAS: An Economic State of Mind

If Texas were an independent country, it would be the 10th largest economy in the world. With a population of 28.3 million and a civilian workforce of just over 13 million, Texas remains the gold standard for economic growth and opportunity around the nation.

According to the Texas Economic…

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NETWORKS Sullivan Partnership

NETWORKS Sullivan Partnership is the economic development organization serving the Northeastern Tennessee communities in Sullivan – including charter partners Bluff City, Bristol, and Kingsport – and Hawkins counties. Northeast Tennessee is home to a skilled, reliable workforce committed to delivering first-rate products and services.

Sullivan and Hawkins counties are ACT Certified…

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NORTH CAROLINA: Progress Never Slows

North Carolina ranks among the best business climates in the U.S., having been chosen as one of Forbes’ top 5 Best States for Business for 11 consecutive years. Reliable electricity and construction costs are well below the U.S. average, and competitive labor costs as well as a low…

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Tennessee: Business Starts Here

Tennessee is known for its sound fiscal management and new investments in the economic ecosystem. The state’s budgetary discipline has allowed it to make investments in public education, workforce development and international business reach. The right-to-work state has no personal income tax on wages or salaries and…

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