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.
“Business Facilities LiveXchange 2014 offered a comprehensive, practical, and strategic conference program to help corporate delegates better plan and manage their companies’ relocation or expansion projects.”
“Boston, Washington, D.C., New York and San Francisco may hold the distinction of being brainpower hubs for their high per capita education levels and concentration of universities, but when it comes to attracting college graduates, they aren’t the...”
“Alastair Campbell on rebranding Albania PRWeek UK The US still comes top of most nation branding surveys. Britain, Canada, Australia and Brazil tend to do well, not least thanks to sport, entertainment and culture.”
“VANCOUVER, Canada – At the doorstep of thePacific Rim, in a city that has been named among the world’s most livable and anchors a region that is seeing a population net gain of 40,000 a each year is the intersection of planned development,...”
“One of the major challenges facing many cities, small and large, is how to make themselves visible, and how to identify, activate, and communicate their place identity – their brand – through actions.”
“Countries and cities are increasingly recognizing the importance of dedicating funds to help brand themselves as destinations. Just in 2014 alone, city or country branding projects underway include Liverpool, U.K., Dublin, ...”
“The City of Austin Economic Development Department is taking a personalized approach by literally sending out employees on walkabouts to talk to businesses all over the city and inform them about a low-interest loan program.”
Every city has something unique to offer. Whether it’s exceptional food, historic sites, or exciting nightlife, there’s something distinctive that draws in tourists, attracts businesses, and makes current residents want to stay. But all that potential can go to waste if it isn’t recognized and supported.
“TTG Digital Big screen is next on Brand USA's agenda TTG Digital Jay Gray, vice-president of global market development for Brand USA, said: “Around the film's release we will host a red-carpet event for the trade, and after the initial distribution...”
THese Frequently asked questions (FAQ) cover corporate formation, protection of Intellectual property, contracts, visas, taxes and more. A checklist of what you need to consider before setting up a company in the USA.
“In the first snapshot of how many previously uninsured Americans have gained coverage under the Affordable Care Act, new research released Wednesday by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation puts the figure at 5.4 million.”
“City of Clermont hires advertising firm to create a local Brand Orlando Sentinel The city of Clermont has gotten more serious about this issue of Branding -- or creating a brand that helps market what the city has to the general public.”