Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and Brown & Root announce today that the company would establish its corporate office in Baton Rouge and that the relocation could increase the number of executives by 50 by the end of 2016, making an income of $192,000 per year, plus benefits.
Below is the statement from the Jindal administration:
IABC New Orleans will host a panel featuring NOLA Entrepreneurs' Kirk Coco, Simone Bruni and Stirling Barrett. Success as an entrepreneur is determined in large part by the ability to communicate effectively. This panel will engage in active discussion about their communication / branding challenges and successes in today's highly competitive marketplace.
With the Louisiana legislative session starting next week, various business organizations are promoting their legislative agendas.
Good news Baton Rouge. WalletHub has just ranked you 11th in the nation for Best-Run Cities.
Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal entered the vaccine debate which has generated much discussion online and within conservative radio circles as well as among likely Presidential candidates such as Rand Paul and Chris Christie, both who have argued in favor of parental choice, with Paul favoring more free choice.
Baton Rouge Louisiana is one of the best cities with ROI for police spending while New Orleans is not in that number, nor is it one of the worst.
The Louisiana capitol is ranked number 13 for best ROI; New Orleans ranked 33rd. Regardless, the two rankings put the Louisiana cities in the top 40.
Louisiana business shorts news of the day: GNO NORLI leaders chosen, education level of US cities including New Orleans and Baton Rouge, and BGR's a biotech summary breakfast focused on the impact of the industry upon the New Orleans economy and breaking news from Prospect New Orleans.
Louisiana Biz Shorts for today: LetterFab illuminated signage company now in Gretna; Jefferson chamber announces Fat City festival logo winner; Great Rafting in Shreveport, 3d Printing makes it to Baton Rouge and upcoming expo in New Orleans
Louisiana is becoming a river of business opportunities.
The sweet scents of Thanksgiving and the holiday seasons are in the air, but, in the meantime, there is plenty of business and organizational work yet to be done.