Monthly Archives June 2021

Leaving New Jersey – Healthcare Finance Company Moves HQ to Florida

The following was a very smart move! – Joe JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 17, 2021 – Care Cap Plus, an innovative healthcare finance company serving medical practices and hospitals across the country, said that it has relocated its headquarters from New Jersey to Jacksonville, Florida. The company offers an answer to rising consumer medical debt, helping medical practices extend care to patients whose credit scores may not qualify them for other lending options – while allowing hospitals to get out of the business of chasing payments from patients. The company’s relocation was fueled in part by Florida’s pro-business state tax policies,
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Hyper-Growing Firm, Landing, Relocating California HQ to Alabama Creating 800+ jobs

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey announced that Landing, a company building a nationwide network of fully-furnished apartments, plans to relocate its headquarters from San Francisco to Birmingham, where it will create 816 new full-time jobs as it accelerates growth plans. “This is great news for Birmingham and for the entire state because it shows that we have the workforce and capabilities needed by a cutting-edge company that is blazing new trails,” she said. Landing has witnessed a surge in demand that powered its rapid expansion across the country. In the past year, the company has experienced 1,250 percent year-over-year growth and
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‘Green Manufacturers’ Closing U.S. plants; Moving Jobs to Mexico

Offshoring of jobs remains alive as American workers continue to receive pink slips. Much has been said about how the “clean energy industry” will create jobs in the U.S. Maybe there is some sustainability in such products, but not necessarily stability for domestic workers. An example is that the Ford Motor Co. has told employees that it plans to relocate the manufacturing of next-generation vehicles from Avon Lake in Ohio to Mexico. According to a Wall Street Journal story by Nora Naughton, “Research firm AutoForecast Solutions expects Ford to begin production in 2023 of two electric sport-utility vehicles at its
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