1/6/2017

Adam Bruns of Site Selection magazine discusses a speech delivered by Amy Liu of the Metropolitan Policy Program. Is it possible that disadvantaged long-term economic development strategies could have their chances improved by improving the long-term chances of the disadvantaged themselves?


"There is pressure to grow an economy that works for more people," she said, and make regions as inclusive as they are competitive. "That means a stronger focus on the productive nature of our industries, and making investments in workers and communities. The economy today is structurally broken, and our strategies cannot continue to move down the same path if we're going to be relevant to industry in an environment that's much more disruptive today."

12/21/2016

Chicago Tribune Reporters Ally Marotti and Ray Long bring to attention the degenerative state of Illinois's corporate welfare programs in a time when Even President Trump calls for state competiveness to keep and create jobs.

AMAZON'S NEWEST ILLINOIS DISTRIBUTION CENTER DEAL MAY BE THE LAST UNDER ILLINOIS'S CURRENT POLITICAL GRIDLOCK

9/29/2016

Long touted for its strong agrarian work ethic and cheaper operating costs, non-urban America is better connected and better equipped than ever before. That connectivity comes not just via roadways, but through high-speed communications, industry supplier-consumer collaboratives, and a web of business support services as well.

RURAL AMERICA A GOOD PLACE FOR GERMAN FDI
Adam Prager from Site Selection magazine reports on FDI trends

9/2/2016

Long touted for its strong agrarian work ethic and cheaper operating costs, non-urban America is better connected and better equipped than ever before. That connectivity comes not just via roadways, but through high-speed communications, industry supplier-consumer collaboratives, and a web of business support services as well.

WHICH COMPANIES GET THE
MOST FEDERAL SUBSIDIES

7/18/2016

Client: U.S. subsidiary of Japanese manufacturer of medical equipment
Business situation: Client outgrew existing 85,000 square foot facility sooner than expected and needed a newer building or build-to-suit headquarters that would be accessible to the educated labor pool between Chicago and Milwaukee.

Cost of project: $49 million for building lease, improvements and equipment
Total Incentive Award Obtained: $10,114,087

CASE STUDY: JAPANESE MANUFACTURER
RECEIVES $10M INCENTIVE PACKAGE
THROUGH SCHNITZLER INC.

7/1/2016

When it comes to tapping into economic development using incentives, victory goes to those who seek win-win outcomes.
The premier 21st-century method to economic development plays out when companies structure incentives that flow efficiently, responsibly, and cost-effectively for both the corporation and the state economy. As a pioneer in this realm, Frank Schnitzler’s approach is founded in his company’s core principles:timing, listening, and fostering meaningful relationships. 

TIMING, LISTENING & RELATIONSHIP BUILDING FUEL 21ST CENTURY ECONOMIC GROWTH CYCLE 

6/19/2016

The End of the Third World
By MARK MOYAR


Feb. 11, 2016 7:11 p.m. ET
At the moment, few observers of international affairs are upbeat about the world’s trajectory. North Africa, the Middle East and South Asia are awash in civil war and violent extremism. Russia and China are menacing their neighbors. The international order that the United States built after World War II is disintegrating as America retreats from the world stage.

WORLD ECONOMY IS GOOD FOR FDI

5/10/2016

Successful 21st Century corporations understand the value and rewards of working with a Business Incentive Professional to create markets for state incentives and locational positioning. 
     

An Incentive Professional goes beyond being a commercial real estate broker who profits from a traditional buy/sell agreement and tenant representation. A IP wants to learn about your business in order to create a market between states to earn structured incentive dollars to grow your business by reducing business cost and improve job creation, tax revenue, and consumer spending.
     

Schnitzler Inc, aims to identify the opportunities for your company to receive incentives by listening to your location and growth plans before they commence and leverage our political relationships to broker incentives that promote the economic growth cycle of the 21st century.

A NEW APPROACH TO CORPORATE GROWTH IN THE 21ST CENTURY WITH INCENTIVES

4/27/2016

The central US is growing 1.5x faster than the US as a whole, since 2007, reports Meridith Whitney in her report, "Fate of the States".
Meredith spoke to the attendees of the 2015 Trustbelt Conference, which in a new movement focused on the greater midwest's economic transformation. 

CENTRAL US IS GROWING

3/13/2016

Indiana gives local forklift manufacturer a hoist with access to increased capital through incentives.
*originally posted on http://www.trustbelt.com/indiana-gives-hoist-a-lift/ from author Ron Starner 

What happens when you combine a lower tax bill and cheaper workers compensation costs with an attractive incentives package? In the cast of Hoist Liftruck, you end up leaving your Illinois home and relocating to Indiana.

INCENTIVES & LOWER TAXES ADD UP FOR MANUFACTURER

2/5/2016

The central US is growing 1.5x faster than the US as a whole, since 2007, reports Meridith Whitney in her report, "Fate of the States".
Meredith spoke to the attendees of the 2015 Trustbelt Conference, which in a new movement focused on the greater midwest's economic transformation. 

EMPLOYMENT HOLDS KEY TO
CORPORATE PROFIT