CLT Airport - A Burgeoning Aerotropolis 2019
CLT Airport is a burgeoning aerotropolis—a metropolitan subregion whose infrastructure, land use and economy are centered on an airport. Airports have evolved as drivers of business location and urban development in the 21st century in the same way as highways did in the 20th century, railroads in the 19th century, and seaports in the 18th century.
Boost NC Economic Growth
North Carolina once again ranks as the most competitive state in economic development activity, according to a closely watched annual business ranking by Site Selection magazine.
2017 Charlotte Market Forecast
There is no doubt about it. Charlotte is becoming a global city-state! We have prepared our region for a future of greatness. We need to make sure we perform to pursue, deliver, maintain and continue to than change process for the benefit of everyone in our community. We need to ensure that there are pathways for upward mobility delivering smart, capable, intelligent, talented, innovative contributors to our business growth. We must be inviting and welcoming to those who can participate and contribute even more to our success. It is essential that we appreciate and celebrate diversity and inclusivity.
6 Reasons Everyone is Moving to Charlotte!
The Charlotte metro is the fastest-growing in the United States. From 2009-2014, 634,000 people people moved into the area — that’s a 36.4% growth rate, the fastest in the nation. But that’s nothing new: over the past decade, 888,000 people have moved to the Charlotte metro, a growth rate of 59.6%, making Charlotte the fastest growing for that time period as well. Our infographic explains what’s drawing so many people to the area.
2017 Analysis of North Carolina Economic Development Status
It is clear from our strengths that North Carolina has huge potential for growth and economic development and is, in fact, the best place for business and investment in the Southeast. It is equally clear that the state’s economic development activities have become disrupted by politics and its economic incentives less competitive than those of other states. It is imperative that North Carolina seek and take advantage of economic development opportunities to remain globally competitive and essential that community leaders become knowledgeable ambassadors of economic development, stepping into the void and reaching out to connect interested parties with valuable opportunities.
Country-to-Country Net Migration
Lately, I’ve found a similar principle applies to immigration. No matter what topic is being discussed online, if the conversation goes on for long enough, someone will inevitably tie it back to immigration. Immigration has always been an important and frequently debated issue. And for many current events, the connection with immigration is clear, for example: terrorism / ISIS, the Brexit, Donald Trump and this year’s presidential race, the refugee crisis. But at some point in the last year or two, I started noticing immigration being mentioned in connection with all sorts of topics I would never have expected.
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