IEDC -- Whether targeting new sectors for growth or diversifying their economies, economic developers are most effective at attracting sustained investment when they understand corporate location requirements, identify specific opportunities based on their community, and market according to a cluster strategy. In the next ten years, a handful of innovative industrial sectors will be responsible for creating millions of highly-skilled, high-paying new jobs. For economic developers, these changes offer immense opportunity to build growth clusters. But to build a successful cluster, economic developers need to understand the sophisticated criteria companies use to analyze local workforce skills, supply chains, infrastructure, taxes, capital access, research, and quality of life. Join a cutting-edge conversation about how your community can respond to sophisticated site selection requirements by building 21st century clusters through IEDC's six-part Clusters Crash Course webinar series. Starting this November, the series will give practical practical insights into site location and cluster building. Every seminar will feature a site selector with insight into unexpected corporate decision criteria, an economic developer with experience targeting sectors with innovative programs and, and an industry expert who can bring clarity to the industrial trends that will affect future investment patterns.