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Tracey Hyatt Bosman, CEcD

Managing Director

Tracey Hyatt Bosman develops and executes incentives and location selection strategies for BLS & Co.'s corporate and institutional clients. She has twenty years of professional experience across a wide range of sectors, including data centers, manufacturing, headquarters, back office and contact center operations, and logistics.

Prior to joining the firm, Tracey spent more than five years as director of strategic consulting with Grubb & Ellis, where she also was co-leader of its national Clean Energy Practice Group and a member of the national Data Center Practice Group.  Tracey is a certified economic developer, having worked at both the county and state levels, including as vice president of policy and operations for the Chicago-area Lake County Partners and Senior Manager of prospect activities for the South Carolina Department of Commerce. She also is frequently asked to speak and give seminars on emerging economic development topics.

Tracey holds a Masters in International Business Studies and a B.A. in International Studies from the University of South Carolina. She is a member of the Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC), the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) and is a past Board Member of the Site Selectors Guild.

U.S. Regional Profiles - Northeast

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our new tool - a regional resource guide for site selection in the U.S. and useful orientation to the diverse opportunities across the country! The Northeast region is now live, and we’re rolling out other regions over the next two weeks. Stay tuned for more updates!

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FDI in the United States

As the economic development industry prepares for the upcoming SelectUSA 2024 Investment Summit, we are taking a look at where Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has historically landed in the United States.

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Technology in Site Selection: Disruption is CertAIn

BLS & Co. Managing Director Tracey Hyatt Bosman and GIS and Site Selection Consultant Carissa Foley dive into how technological advancements in AI, drones and VR are impacting the site selection industry, emphasizing that despite these innovations, human expertise is still crucial for nuanced decision-making and consensus-building.

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