Nevada Economic Development Incentives for Sutherland Global Services Las Vegas Project

At its latest meeting, the Board of the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development approved an application for incentives sought by Sutherland Global Services for a new facility they plan to establish in Las Vegas.

Boulevard Mall in Las Vegas, NV

Boulevard Mall in Las Vegas, NV (photo – John Phelan/wikimedia)

Sutherland Global Services Inc. is one of the world’s largest independent business process outsourcing companies employing more than 30,000 professionals across over 40 operation centers and business operations around the world.

The company will make a capital investment of more than $5.38 million into the project, including equipment costs and $2 million for improvements of the 94,000-square-foot leased space they are considering at the Boulevard Mall on Maryland Parkway.

As a start, they plan to create 230 jobs with an hourly wage of $14.43. Within five years, they expect to create up to 1,000 full-time jobs at the facility.

A review undertaken by Sutherland Global Services showed that they would have much lower operating costs in Nevada than at their headquarters in Rochester, NY. The company’s site selection process also took into consideration sites in Boise, Detroit, Houston, Oklahoma City and Phoenix.

If the company goes ahead with the project in Las Vegas, they have been offered Nevada economic development incentives totaling $297,900. This includes abatements of sales tax, modified business tax, and personal property tax.

The cumulative economic impact of the project in Clark County over a 10-yer period is estimated at $191,657,150, and the estimated new taxes generated over the same period are pegged at $8,817,261.

Furthermore, the potential Las Vegas location the company has picked in the Boulevard Mall comes under a severely distressed area in Paradise, NV, which means that job creation and investment projects will be eligible for New Markets Tax Credits. The Boulevard Mall, which first opened its doors in 1968, is the oldest mall in Las Vegas, and is currently undergoing significant renovations.

In a letter to GOED Executive Director Steve Hill, Sutherland Global Services Inc. Senior Account Manager Joseph Magliozzi writes that “The economic development incentives offered by the State of Nevada have been an integral factor in our decision making process to locate our operation here in the state.”

The letter goes on to add that they examined multiple locations throughout the western states and ultimately, after much due diligence and economic feasibility analysis, Nevada was chosen “for its overall incentive package and pro business climate.”

The Sutherland Global Services project was supported by the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance. LVGEA is a Las Vegas economic development group focused on growing the economy in Southern Nevada.

Navy Federal Credit Union to Expand Headquarters in Fairfax County, Virginia

Navy Federal Credit Union is expanding its headquarters campus in the Town of Vienna in Fairfax County, VA.

Navy Federal Credit Union

Navy Federal Credit Union (photo –

Navy Federal, the world’s largest credit union with more than five million members, will invest $114.6 million into the expansion project and expects to create 600 new headquarters jobs.

The expansion includes construction of a new 234,000-square-foot office building and a parking deck, with an elevated walkway connecting the new building to the rest of the campus.

Governor Terry McAuliffe approved a $1 million Governor’s Opportunity Fund grant to assist Fairfax County with this project. Navy Federal will additionally be able to access workforce training funding and support through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.

“This is a great day for Navy Federal, for Fairfax County and for the Commonwealth of Virginia,” said Gov. McAuliffe in a release announcing the project.

Virginia Secretary of Commerce and Trade Maurice Jones said in the release that Fairfax County continues to stand out as an excellent business location, and noted that this announcement further strengthens the corporate partnership between Navy Federal Credit Union and the Commonwealth of Virginia.

The Fairfax County Economic Development Authority (FCEDA) worked with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) to secure the Navy Federal expansion project.

FCEDA President and CEO Gerald L. Gordon, Ph.D., said in an FCEDA release that Fairfax County has been proud to be the home of Navy Federal for more than three decades. Gordon added that this significant expansion of the credit union’s headquarters operation is a great testament to the confidence its leadership has in the county and the town of Vienna as a business location and hub for their employees.

The Navy Federal headquarters is the hub that oversees a global operation involving 12,000 employees around the world, including more than 5,000 in Virginia. The credit union has more than $63 billion in assets and operates 263 branches and 535 proprietary ATMs worldwide. The non-profit, not-for-charity credit union serves all Department of Defense and Coast Guard active duty, civilian and contractor personnel and their families.

Navy Federal CEO and President Cutler Dawson said it’s critical in maintaining their high standards for exceptional member service that they continue to expand their presence in Fairfax County and Virginia. Dawson added that the state has a great wealth of talent, and Vienna is a community they are proud to be a part of.

Georgia Economic Development Dept Launches GUARD Study With DOD OEA Grant

The Georgia Department of Economic Development has launched a study to analyze the state’s defense and aerospace sectors. The GUARD study is funded through a $700,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment (OEA).

Defense Industry Adjustment program

Defense Industry Adjustment program (photo –

OEA provides federal assistance to communities by helping them develop comprehensive strategies to deal with the impacts of the ongoing U.S. defense budget changes.

GDEcD’s Workforce division and Center of Innovation for Aerospace will be partnering on this initiative with economic research, analytics and modeling firm Chmura Economics and Analytics.

Georgia’s $50 billion aerospace industry employs more than 88,000 people. The GUARD initiative will collect data about the state’s reliance on DOD spending, the economic impact of these sectors and the labor force dependencies, and use this study data to develop strategies for responding to potential declines in defense spending.

Steve Justice, director of the Center of Innovation for Aerospace, said in a release announcing the launch of the study that the GUARD Initiative will help them prepare Georgia’s aerospace, defense and manufacturing industries to remain competitive.

GDEcD Commissioner Chris Carr likewise said in the release that the results of the study will be critical in developing and expanding new market opportunities for Georgia businesses and the state’s workforce. Commissioner Carr added that their expectation is that this economic model tool will provide an accurate diagram of the supply chain for Georgia’s aerospace, defense and manufacturing sectors.

The model the state is relying on is the GDEcD Workforce division’s Rapid Response program, which brings dislocated workers and companies together with state resource partners. Using this model of early intervention, the Rapid Response program is able to help avert layoffs, or at least assist affected employees in quickly obtaining new skillsets and helping them transition into new careers.

GDEcD Deputy Commissioner of Workforce Ben Hames said in the release that the information gathered will help them mitigate impacts of any future defense cuts and develop strategies to expand and ultimately protect Georgia jobs.

Hames added that the study is also an opportunity to identify necessary workforce training and educational opportunities in the state’s aerospace and defense sectors.

Chmura Economics and Analytics has already begun the process of reaching out to aerospace and defense companies in Georgia who did DOD contract work last year. The Georgia Department of Economic Development expects the study to be complete and the model ready for use by summer.

Battle Creek, Michigan Economic Development Incentives Secure DENSO Expansion

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation announced grant awards for four business expansion and community revitalization projects that are expected to create 185 new jobs and generate close to $59.6 million in investments.


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The biggest project of the lot is an expansion by DENSO Manufacturing Michigan, Inc. (DMMI) in Battle Creek, MI. The company is investing $53.6 million and creating 100 new jobs at this facility.

As part of the expansion, DENSO acquired two buildings in the Fort Custer Industrial Park, increasing DMMI’s footprint to more than 1.3 million square feet.

This expansion is part of DENSO’s ongoing plan to invest nearly $1 billion in North America, including more than $750 million in the United States, for strengthening and expanding its manufacturing and product development infrastructure in the region.

DMMI is a subsidiary of DENSO International America, Inc., which in turn is a part of the Kariya, Japan-based DENSO Corporation. DENSO is a leading global automotive supplier with more than 200 subsidiaries and affiliates in 38 countries and regions who together employ nearly 140,000 people. In North America alone, DENSO has 28 manufacturing facilities and more than 17,000 employees, including 14,000 in the United States.

DMMI President Shingo Kuwamura, who is also CEO of DENSO Thermal Systems North American Center, said in a release announcing the expansion that this investment allows them to expand next generation manufacturing and testing capabilities, while also creating space for their training and leadership programs as they develop their employees’ next generation job skills.

The Battle Creek, MI facility was selected for this expansion over competing DENSO sites in Mexico, Ontario and Arkansas. To support the expansion, the Michigan Strategic Fund has approved a $640,000 performance-based grant for DMMI under the Michigan Business Development Program.

The project is additionally getting City of Battle Creek economic development incentives in the form of property tax abatement.

The other job creation project awarded state incentives is a relocation by NEMO Capital Partners, LLC. The privately-held investment company has a portfolio of health-tech holdings. Last year, the company consolidated operations from Ohio and New Jersey to a new headquarters building in Southfield, MI. Now they want to relocate another 50 jobs to the facility. The project has received MSF approval for a $250,000 MDB grant.

MSF approval of state assistance was also announced for two community revitalization projects. The City of Brighton, MI is getting $76,886 for the Yogurtopia project to renovate a vacant building into a full-use yogurt store. This project is generating a capital investment of $220,940 and creating 10 jobs.

The other community project is a renovation of four partially vacant, historic buildings in downtown Milan, MI. The project will retain the existing bakery on the premises while creating additional office and restaurant space, in addition to 15 new apartments on the floors above. This project is generating a capital investment of nearly $5.3 million and will create an estimated 25 full-time equivalent jobs.

The developers Wabash & Main LLC and Wabash & Main Properties Corp are supported in this project by state, local and federal incentives. The project has been approved to receive federal historic tax credits, and the City of Milan has approved a 10-year property tax abatement worth $404,000.

The project also received MSF approval for a $873,601 performance-based grant under the Michigan Community Revitalization Program, and is getting $967,200 from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority.

Minnesota Economic Development Awards Grants For Redevelopment Projects Creating 659 Jobs

The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development has awarded grants totaling $1.43 million for five redevelopment projects that are creating or retaining 659 jobs.


Minnesota jobs (photo – flickr/Aaaarrrrgggghhhh!)

The Redevelopment Grant Program funding for the cities of Austin, Duluth, Elbow Lake and St. Paul can be used for demolition, infrastructure and other project-related improvements.

The fifth grant was made under the Demolition Loan Program to the City of St. James. Funding under this program can be used to pay for the costs of demolishing blighted buildings on sites that have future development potential but no current development plans.

St. James is getting $325,000 for the abatement and demolition of a former 1.43-acre hospital site that has potential for commercial or residential use.

The City of Duluth Economic Development Authority is getting $250,000 in redevelopment funds for demolition and public infrastructure of the 2.7-acre Harbor Bay Flats site. The redevelopment plan that is expected to create 36 jobs calls for a six-story mixed-use building on the site with 148 apartments and 13,000 square feet of retail space.

The St. Paul Port Authority is getting $275,000 for demolition and stormwater infrastructure on the Midway Stadium site which is being redeveloped into a 189,000-square-foot light industrial building. This project is expected to create 63 jobs and retain 126 jobs.

The City of Austin is getting $375,000 for the Oak Park Mall redevelopment project. The 29.25-acre site is being redeveloped into an 85,000-square-foot grocery store that will create 55 jobs and retain 345 jobs. The City of Elbow Lake is getting $200,000 for demolition and public infrastructure on a 0.34-acre site that is being redeveloped into a two-story office building that will create four jobs and retain 30 jobs.

DEED Deputy Commissioner Kevin McKinnon said in a release announcing these grant awards that DEED’s latest round of redevelopment grants will encourage new jobs and economic development in five Minnesota communities. McKinnon added that this program has a proven track record, helping to create or retain nearly 25,000 jobs in the state since it was launched 17 years ago.

The Redevelopment Grant Program has awarded more than $64 million in state funding to projects that have reclaimed 1,220 acres of blighted property in Minnesota. These projects have generated a combined total of $2.1 billion in private investment, created 9,495 jobs and retained 15,205 jobs. Not to mention 1,833 units of affordable housing, 3,033 units of market-rate housing, and $35.6 million in new tax revenue.

President Obama to Deliver Keynote Address at SelectUSA Investment Summit

The U.S. Department of Commerce, which is hosting the SelectUSA Investment Summit, announced that President Barack Obama will deliver the keynote address at the Summit on Monday, March 23.

SelectUSA Summit

SelectUSA Summit

More than 1,200 representatives of international firms and business organizations from over 70 markets around the world are scheduled to attend the Summit. More than 30 U.S. ambassadors are personally leading delegations to the summit.

EDOs from many different states, territories, regions and cities are hosting booths in the Summit exhibition hall to connect directly with investors.

Some of the world’s top CEOs will be at the summit to discuss the advantages of investing in America. This includes Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Google; Toshiyuki Shiga, vice chairman of Nissan Motor Company; Peter Selleck, chairman and president of Michelin North America; Ludwig Willisch, president and CEO of BMW North America; and David Rubenstein, co-founder and co-CEO of the Caryle Group.

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker said in a release that the President’s participation helps illustrate how the entire Administration is engaged in bringing new job-creating investment to the U.S., which will generate economic growth for years to come.

Apart from opening remarks by Sec. Pritzker and the keynote address by President Obama, other prominent cabinet level speakers at the SelectUSA Summit include Secretary of State John Kerry, Secretary of the Treasury Jacob J. Lew, Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez, Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx, and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack.

SelectUSA was created to showcase the United States as a business location and provide easy access to federal-level programs and services related to business investment. The SelectUSA website includes a clickable map of the United States that directs business visitors to individual state economic development agencies who will be their principal partners in the site selection process.

The SelectUSA Summit makes it easier still for foreign investors by allowing them to engage state and local officials and economic development organizations from every corner of the United States on the trade show floor and through online matchmaking. Attendees also get to learn from an array of sessions (see agenda) featuring high-profile business and government leaders.

The first SelectUSA Investment Summit was held in 2013, and brought together 2,500 participants, including investors from more than 60 countries. This year, the SelectUSA Summit will take place March 23-24 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland, in the Washington, DC metro area.


Rutherford County Economic Development Incentives Bring Nissan Supplier Park to Smyrna, Tennessee

Nissan is planning to build a 1.5 million-square-foot integrated logistics center at its Smyrna, TN vehicle assembly plant.

Nissan Smyrna Vehicle Assembly Plant

Nissan Smyrna Vehicle Assembly Plant (photo – Nissan)

Rutherford County and Smyrna economic development support is enabling the company to invest $160 million to build the supplier park on its Smyrna campus and create more than 1,000 new supplier jobs.

These will be newly created jobs with an average annual wage of $38,000, and the project will support the creation of more than 1,670 indirect jobs in the region.

The Nissan Smyrna Plant, which began operations in 1983, already has more than 8,400 employees and represents a $2.5 billion investment. The plant produced 648,000 vehicles last year, making it North America’s most prolific automotive assembly facility.

Apart from the investment and job creation impact, the project also provides more space for suppliers and Nissan to grow, furthering the company’s strategy of bringing back production to the United States. A full 85 percent of Nissan vehicles sold in the U.S. will be built in North America by the end of this year.

Jose Munoz, executive vice president of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and chairman of the management committee of Nissan North America, Inc., said that this announcement marks an exciting new chapter in their more than 31-year partnership with the State of Tennessee as the company continues its localization and investment efforts in the United States.

Governor Bill Haslam said in the release that the success of Tennessee’s automotive industry brings with it growth in supplier networks, and added that they want to thank Nissan for this new investment in Smyrna and the state.

Tennessee Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd added that not only is Nissan investing in Tennessee by expanding its physical footprint in Smyrna, they are also investing in developing a strong workforce through their manufacturing training center. This, said Commissioner Boyd, is a big step toward sustaining future automotive demands.

The Nissan supplier park project, known previously under the codename of Project Cedar, is being supported by a package of Rutherford County economic development incentives. The Rutherford County IDB has already approved a PILOT agreement that reduces the real property taxes for the project by two-thirds.

Rutherford County Mayor Ernest Burgess said in the release that Nissan has had a huge positive presence within Rutherford County’s business landscape and added that they are excited to see the company continue to prosper.

Smyrna Mayor Mary Esther Reed likewise said that Nissan’s decision to add to their Smyrna campus is another example of the positive business environment in Smyrna.

Yokohama, Japan-based Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. is Japan’s second-largest automotive company with more than 244,500 employees globally.

Nissan has three automotive production plants in the United States. This includes vehicle assembly plants in Smyrna, TN and Canton, MS. Nissan also has a powertrain assembly plant in Decherd, TN that makes all the engines for all Nissan and Infiniti vehicles produced in the U.S. Furthermore, Nissan North America Inc.’s corporate headquarters is located in Franklin, TN.

Maryland Venture Fund Investment Attracts Blue Pillar Headquarters to Frederick, MD

Software-based energy management solutions firm Blue Pillar is relocating its headquarters to Frederick, MD as a result of a financing deal that involves the Maryland Venture Fund (MVF).


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Blue Pillar, based until now in Indianapolis, announced a $14.6 million funding round led by EnerTech Capital, a leading energy sector venture capital firm which has partnered with and invested through the InvestMaryland program.

The Blue Pillar financing round also included a $500,000 investment from MVF. As part of the deal, the firm has agreed to move its headquarters to Frederick.

Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development Secretary Mike Gill said in a release announcing the move that they are excited to make this investment in Blue Pillar and thrilled to have them in Maryland.

Gill said that they can’t wait to work with the Blue Pillar team to help them grow in Maryland and continue their exciting and essential work, and added that energy efficiency and reliability are crucial today and will only be more important tomorrow.

Blue Pillar is a leading provider of facility Internet of Things (IoT) and energy management solutions for complex single site and centralized multisite facilities. Their suite of connectivity, energy and centralized enterprise facility management solutions help reduce power-loss risk while improving energy efficiency across multi-site facility systems.

Blue Pillar CEO Tom Willie said in the release that this financing enables the company to scale their business, building on the breakout opportunities emerging in both their traditional and new customer segments.

More than 255 highly critical, complex and geographically dispersed facilities in diverse sectors ranging from government to healthcare and higher education use Blue Pillar to manage their energy and power systems.

Paul Straub of Claremont Creek Ventures, one of the company’s existing investors who participated in the latest funding round, said in the release that Blue Pillar’s software platform is becoming essential for anyone interested in better managing distributed energy resources and ensuring they will be able to seamlessly integrate new generation, storage, metering or renewable assets in the future.

The Maryland Venture Fund has been a key Maryland economic development tool and a national model for state-supported investment programs with a demonstrated track record of successful investments in highly innovative technology companies spanning over a period of nearly two decades.

Michigan Department of Talent and Economic Development Launched

In December last year, Governor Rick Snyder had announced an executive order creating the new Department of Talent and Economic Development (TED).

This new department led by Steve Arwood, who is also the CEO of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, has now been officially launched.

Video – MEDC

In a release announcing the TED launch, Gov. Snyder said that “This new department will accelerate the state’s effort to become a national leader in connecting highly skilled talent with in-demand jobs.”

Arwood said in the release that Michigan is rebounding and the governor’s vision will take them to the next level. “The launch of this new department is a critical step and we are ready to go,” added Arwood.

TED brings together MEDC, the Michigan Strategic Fund, and the Michigan State Housing Development Authority into one department, along with the newly created Talent Investment Agency (TIA) that was authorized through the same executive order.

TIA now includes the Workforce Development Agency, the Unemployment Insurance Agency, and Pure Michigan Talent Connect. The latter is the state’s labor exchange system.

The Unemployment Insurance Agency collects unemployment taxes from employers and provides unemployment benefits for workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own. The Workforce Development Agency supports a demand driven workforce system through an alignment of workforce and economic development efforts.

TIA, led by Stephanie Comai, formerly the deputy director of the MI Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, will coordinate state workforce development and training programs.

The immediate priorities that TIA, working with other organizations within TED, will focus on for enhancing talent development include a review of the state’s entire talent system and creation of more broad-based messaging and outreach efforts. A comprehensive talent enhancement strategy that fits regional needs while benefiting Michigan as a whole will be developed.

An informational marketing campaign stressing the value of STEM education will be created. TIA will also work on implementing the Governor’s FY 2016 budget recommendations related to bridging the talent gap and better matching the workforce needs of Michigan employers.

“This team is poised to help Michigan prosper by engaging partners across the state with the bold goal of tackling the skills gap head on through innovative and effective workforce development programs,” added Gov. Snyder.

The website for the new Michigan Department of Talent and Economic Development is at and the Michigan Talent Investment Agency website is at

Greensville County, Virginia’s ‘Green’ Name Helped Secure Solar Panel Production Plant

510nano Inc., which designs renewable energy technologies and develops commercial and utility-scale solar power plants, has decided to relocate its headquarters to Greensville County, VA and also establish a new solar panel production facility.

Greensville County, VA

Greensville County, VA (photo –

The company will invest $11 million to relocate the headquarters and construct a 100,000-square-foot manufacturing facility for solar panels in the Greensville County Industrial Park. The project is estimated to create 113 new jobs for Greensville County.

510nano was founded in 2005 as Ubiquitous Technologies, a technology development business headquartered in Victoria, TX. In 2006, they located their research and technology center (RTC) in Tallahassee, FL. In 2008, the company rebranded itself as 510nano and relocated the RTC to the University of North Dakota. In 2010, they relocated their corporate headquarters to Washington, D.C. Their current base is listed as being in Durham, NC.

In between all this, 510nano has developed more than 30 clean technologies that are in the process of being commercialized. The company is also a turnkey power plant developer, and has made use of third-party technology at three solar farms with an installed capacity of 2.2 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of power.

Now they are looking to cut costs even more by bringing more of the supply chain in-house and manufacturing their own solar panels in the new Greensville facility that will make use of their Solar VIA technology.

510nano Inc. President and CEO Dr. Reginald Parker said in a release announcing the project that Solar VIA is a technology that they have designed to lower the cost of solar generation to less than six cents per kilowatt-hour without subsidy.

Dr. Parker added that with great access to I-95, Hampton Roads and rail, they see Greensville County as an ideal home for the manufacturing site for Solar VIA, and for their headquarters and energy research and technology center.

He also mentioned the county’s name as being “a great name for a green innovation company,” and said they felt that Greensville offered an attractive labor force and strategic nearby partners.

510nano Inc. received support for this project from an array of state, local and regional partners. Greensville County and the Virginia Economic Development Partnership worked with Virginia’s Growth Alliance to secure this project. The Virginia Growth Alliance is a regional economic development organization that represents ten counties and the City of Emporia.

Economic development incentives offered for the project include a $200,000 grant from the Governor’s Opportunity Fund that was approved by Governor Terry McAuliffe to assist Greensville County with the project.

The Virginia Tobacco Commission has additionally approved $635,000 in Tobacco Region Opportunity Funds for the project. 510nano is also likely to be eligible for additional incentives under the Virginia Enterprise Zone Program, and will receive workforce training funding and support from the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.

Gov. McAuliffe said in the release that “510nano’s investment in Greensville County is a huge win for the Commonwealth and especially for a community that is transforming itself.”

Greensville County Board of Supervisors Chairman Peggy Wiley pointed out that during the past several years when the economy was not at its best, the County put an emphasis on investing in economic development resources such as the development of land and utilities and educational opportunities for their workforce. Wiley noted that these assets are vital to bringing new companies like 510nano to the area.

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