“You’ll always be the bridesmaid and never the bride.” – James Renzas, RSH Group In her article entitled Prove It in the September 2014 Issue of the Professional Daym Magazine Susannah Sodergren drew a comparison between a candidate creating a resume to outline his or her skills in preparation for a job interview and the need for communities to follow the same steps to attract new business investment. Do communities need a resume? If so, how would a community create a resume?
Workforce Data Is Your Competitive Advantage It is widely accepted that business location and expansion decisions are often made with labor availability/costs, product/services demand and other general market economic indicators being of primary consideration. According to Area Development Magazine’s 28th Annual Survey of Corporate Executives the number one and number three ranked site selection factors are Availability of Skilled Labor and Labor Costs. With this in mind, it