Warren Strugatch

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Warren Strugatch is a writer, speaker and consultant based in Stony Brook, NY. He covers economic development, global business, management and marketing.

Global Companies with a Foothold in Africa Have a New Opportunity...

African Private Investor to Finance Export Infrastructure in Gabon

Cincinnati Named America’s Most Cost-Friendly City

Cincinnati ranks as the most cost-friendly major city to do business, according to the latest Competitive Alternatives study completed by KPMG, the audit, tax and advisory firm. Cincinnati's favorable leasing costs and low property taxes contributed to its first place ranking among 31 cities, KPMG said.

California Company CEOs Being Wooed by New Mexico Governor

The governor of one of this country’s smallest state economies is touring the largest, trying to convince California business leaders they’d be better off in New Mexico.

Regional Report: Northeast 2016

A new approach to downtown development is reinvigorating the Northeast Corridor.

Drone Industry Takes Off in North Dakota

What’s likely to be the nation’s first drone airport-business park complex will fully open its runways to private-sector traffic later this Spring, when unmanned flights raise off the tarmacs of this former Air Force training field in Grand Forks, ND.

Brookings Institution Seeks to Redefine Economic Development in Age of Economic...

Reminding economic-development leaders of their potential role in bolstering the national economy, a leading think tank called Monday for a broad-based shift in practice—less promoting incentive-based corporate relocation in favor of a more diversified, market-based and localized approach.

Indiana Bakery Finds a New Home in Kentucky

One of Indiana’s largest commercial bakeries will build a $57 million manufacturing plant in Versailles, KY, which is just west of Lexington, starting this summer. More Than A Bakery, owned by Richmond Baking Co., will hire more than 300 workers at the plant, to be sited on 100 acres  in Woodford County.

Alaska: New Report Ties Ferry System Funding to Economic Growth

Public investment in Alaska’s chronically-underfunded ferry system is producing an economic impact at a rate greater than twice its cost, according to a new report. 

Super Bowl 50 Produces $350M Economic Impact

The San Francisco Bay Area enjoyed a windfall benefit of about $350 million from Super Bowl 50, the biggest sports and branding event in the world, according to projections compiled by the Global Business Travel Association and its research partner, Rockport Analytics.

2016 Regional Report: The Southwest

The Southwest states are well-positioned for the growth that's taking place among U.S. factories relocating to or expanding in Mexico.
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