Global Markets, Global Vision

The electronic components industry is comprised of over 20,000 businesses that employ over a million people and represent more than $470 billion in annual revenue. Its products are used in many sectors including medical, energy, lighting, communications, consumer product automotive, agriculture, aerospace and defense and much more.

Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA)

The One-stop Shop for Mechanical Components

With over twenty million products globally and an impressive eighty sextillion product configurations available via its e-commerce and print catalogue platforms, MISUMI is the world’s one-stop-shop for mechanical components. Its highly-attentive customer service team has exceptional knowledge and expertise.


Injection Molder Dominates Industrial Battery Case Space

Richardson Molding, LLC is a very old company with a very modern outlook. The Indiana-based firm specializes in custom plastic injection molding and dominates the industrial battery jar and cover market. The company’s longevity can be attributed to old-fashioned principles of treating workers well combined with a keen appreciation for new technology and industry trends.

Richardson Molding

Becoming a Lightweighting Leader

Becoming a Lightweighting Leader Shape Corp.By Ryan Cartner View in E-MagazineView in Brochure Shape Corp. is a full service supplier of custom metallic, plastic, composite, and hybrid solutions. A tradition of process and material advancements has positioned the company as an innovative driver of lightweight components and systems. ~ Shape Corp. primarily serves the automotive sector, but has supplied a diversified collection of non-automotive industries throughout its history. Founded in 1974, the company remains a privately owned, family company. Shape employs more than 3,500 global team members in North America, Europe and Asia. Shape works primarily with steel roll forming, […]

Shape Corp.

Automating Efficiency

Autocrib is a manufacturer of innovative industrial vending systems focused on reducing customers’ costs. Autocrib systems can greatly improve the efficiency and productivity of any operation.


Outshining the Competition

From its headquarters just outside of Chicago, in Broadview, Illinois, Star Thermoplastics acts as an external, technical partner to companies that use its thermoplastic elastomers and various plastic alloys to manufacture all kinds of consumables. While Star Thermoplastics primarily focuses on customers in North America, its partners typically operate globally.

Star Thermoplastics

The Heart of Florida

“What is economic development?” The Highlands County Economic Development office says, “What isn’t economic development?” The economic development team works to create and support a diverse economy that is conducive to prosperity for all its residents. It makes the most desirable opportunities for economic expansion, better employment and revenue growth.

Highlands County, FL

Growing Into Its Own

The Wakulla County Economic Development Council is one of the few entirely non-profit economic development organizations in the state of Florida. It was re-established three years ago to revitalize the region and to raise awareness to the potential of the county and its 240 acre industrial park in the Northeast section of the County.

Wakulla County, FL

Where Business and Workforce Thrive

Florida has sixty-seven counties with unique characteristics and needs. The state offers diversity in environment, entertainment and, most importantly, opportunity. With forward-thinking leadership, collaboration and a vision for the future, it has become a place where both business and workforce can flourish.

Enterprise Florida Inc. (EFI)

A Thriving Business Region in Stunning Surroundings

The Northern Colorado Economic Alliance (NCEA) focuses on outbound marketing for the attraction of primary employers to Larimer and Weld Counties located 50 miles north of Denver. Within its local municipalities, it works on business expansions and relocations by marketing the region to those companies. It is located along what is called the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. This urban corridor stretches north along the foothills of the Rockies and Interstate 25 from Pueblo through Denver to the Northern Colorado region.

Northern Colorado Economic Alliance