With the rapid spread of the omicron COVID-19 variant, colleges and universities in North Carolina are making the necessary accommodations to guarantee the safety of students as the spring semester begins.
Although the omicron variant of the coronavirus remains a concern, those in the hospitality and tourism sectors can breathe easier in anticipation of additional state and federal support.
With so much growth and excitement in the Nashville region, there has never been a greater need for smart development. The integral role thoughtful development plays in the region’s current and future success will be a featured topic for one of the panels at the Invest: Nashville 2022 Launch Conference on Jan. 13. Participants on this panel shared with Invest: their thoughts on smart development and priorities moving forward.
4. opens in a new windowFlorida’s strategy for 2022 comes with a big budget and competitive labor laws
New laws are expected in Florida in 2022, seeking to encourage an aggressive business recovery and expansion. The implementation of the new regulations would provide businesses with recourse against government mandates that result in profit losses, link minimum wage hikes to the federal limit and provide individuals with greater reemployment support.
Everybody’s moving to Texas. That’s great news for local businesses and the economy. It’s not so good for the people looking for a place to live. The influx of residents has put an intense strain on the housing market, leaving real estate agents, contractors, lenders – anyone with anything to do with the housing industry – scrambling for solutions.