City officials have been actively recruiting new businesses, especially entertainment companies, law firms and banking concerns.
Foreign governments are recruiting American businesses to help them lobby trade issues in Washington.
A governor's office that actively recruits new businesses to the state.
Several towns in the rural west are even recruiting home-based businesses as an economic development strategy.
Do cities that offer generous subsidies to recruit businesses routinely get taken to the cleaners?
Kinsey also helped to recruit various retail businesses to the community.
He cited high rents, which range from $41 to $50 per square foot, and inadequate parking as obstacles to recruiting retail businesses.
Last summer Kentucky began what may be the nation's most generous tax-incentive program to recruit new businesses, and it has already attracted several hundred jobs.
While a student, she opened her own accounting firm in her basement, recruiting black businesses as clients.
He also encouraged industrial development, and by the late 1970s, Louisiana was among the more successful states in recruiting new businesses and industries.