Top articles of the week from Feb 7 to Feb 11

Top articles of the week from Feb 7 to Feb 11

2022-02-10T21:58:54-05:00February 11th, 2022|Top articles of the week|

Nashville manufactoring sector

1. opens in a new windowNo stopping Nashville — and Tennessee’s — advanced manufacturing sector

Nashville continues to attract leading advanced manufacturing companies, with two deals announced for the region in January — Fiberon will establish a new manufacturing and distribution facility in Columbia and Parkway Products will expand its operations in Green County.

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New Jersey tuition

2. opens in a new windowNew Jersey tuition improves, challenges remain

While headlines emphasize rising costs in higher education, colleges and universities in New Jersey are making great strides in improving the affordability of college. On the other hand, the resources needed to attend college do not stop at tuition.

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valentines day in broward

3. opens in a new windowCelebrate Valentine’s Day in Broward’s best locations

Marriage is slowly falling out of popularity among newer generations. Only one in three millennials is living with a significant other. In comparison, 46% of baby boomers and 70% of the Silent Generation are living with their partners. But to celebrate love is to celebrate life, and to say millennials don’t love is to say they are not alive. If you have a partner — no matter your age — celebrate them this weekend by attending one of these events.

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invest san antonio

4. opens in a new windowInvest: San Antonio 2022 Launch Conference to highlight collaboration in education and innovation

San Antonio is poised for economic growth as it continues to prove itself as one of the most resilient and innovative markets for businesses both big and small. The near-term horizon and the region’s long-term strategies to ensure success will be the focal points of the official Invest: San Antonio 2022 Launch Conference on Wednesday, March 2, hosted by media platform Capital Analytics.

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office space in Atlanta

5. opens in a new windowUntangling the uncertain future of office space in Atlanta

Atlanta’s office market is tackling high vacancies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting change in attitude toward communal workspaces, ending 2021 with the highest office vacancy rate in a decade.

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