The U.S. manufacturing renaissance was already underway in the U.S. The new tariffs are simply adding fuel to the fire. As a result, many supply chain platforms are being disrupted which can be good and bad for companies depending on the complexity of their inbound/outbound materials.
Tag: Economic incentives
It’s no coincidence that Amazon’s two HQ2 winning regions represent the top two homes for tech workers in the United States. Techies are more likely to live in New York City or the Beltway than almost anywhere else. So, in the end, Amazon went where the experts are. So what does that mean for Philadelphia’s Center City? It means we need to find our place in the world and make ourselves a destination for a few major industries.
Site Selection Group estimates that in 2015 more than $6 billion in economic incentives were offered to attract various projects in the United States ranging from office projects, such as headquarters and data centers, to industrial facilities, including manufacturing plants and distribution centers. While economic incentives continue to be scrutinized and heavily debated, they continued…