Did you know that in different parts of the country the American Dream is viewed as more or less achievable? How easy is it to achieve the American Dream where you live? Creators of this new performance measure explain what their research shows.
“Nation branding made easy Business Standard While reflecting on the value of strong commercial brands to a country's nation brand, I stumbled upon the following definition of national competitiveness: "National competitiveness is a term that can be...”
“Natural gas production in the lower 48 United States increased by 0.5 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) during the month of July versus June, according to Bentek Energy®, an analytics and forecasting unit of Platts.”
“tie economic development to local history and the foundation of local money. When you do that, you get the whole community for a buy in. EDO’s focus on statistical analysis and methods that can be proven.”
“The Walmart U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Fund announced its first set of grant awards totaling $4 million to seven leading research and development institutions to help them promote the development and growth of domestic manufacturing.”
“'DublinTown' revealed as the new brand name for Dublin City Business ... Businessandleadership.com “Dublin city centre is seeing a momentum building that suggests that the worst of the economic downturn is behind us.”
“Over the course of the next two columns, I plan to finish up the recent look at BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy 2014. The final two columns will focus on renewable energy, and carbon dioxide emissions.”
“If there’s one thing I love about yoga besides the catnap at the end, it’s that instructors will often remind you that the practice is not a competition. “Don’t let what others are doing affect your practice,” they’ll say.”
“The Utica shale play is hitting a couple milestones with the number of horizontal wells about to surpass 1,000 and natural gas production expected to surpass more than 1.3 billion cubic feet per day by September.”
“DULUTH, Minn. – “Supposing is good, but finding out is better.” Mark Twain wrote that, to which I believe should be the working motto of all corporate site selection consultants. So I came here to find out.”
“Managing a nation brand during crisis Capital FM Kenya (blog) But what happens when a nation brand goes through a crisis? According to Simon Anholt, a branding expert, building the reputation of a country takes between 5 to 20 years.”
“This post originally appeared on the Insiders section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to Insiders. Allow me to make an assumption about you: At one time or another, you’ve done something because your friends were doing it.”
“Are You Good Enough Huffington Post In dealing with this reality, Simon Anholt, an independent policy advisor to global governments, has developed the Good Country Index, a "measure [of] what each country on earth contributes to the common good of...”
“In this edition of our Featured Contributor series, I had the opportunity to chat to Ed Morrison about his work in the economic development field. Tell me how you first got involved in economic development?”
This is a city branding project I worked on with my colleagues from MSc Brand Leadership course in University of East Anglia. The purpose is to get insights from the public on how they see the city and how they want it to be.