Thank you for your support and participation in Nebraska’s New and Expanding Business Report (NEBR). This report form is to be used to submit an active project whether new, ongoing, or recently completed in your community or region. Your report submission helps us keep track of economic development projects throughout the state. This data is useful for understanding economic trends within the state and providing access to high-quality project data, which is used to calculate state rankings such as Site Selection's Governor's Cup.
If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact Melissa Trueblood at 402-471-2840 or email@example.com.
The NEBR data is useful for understanding economic growth in local communities and throughout the state. This data can help us track investment and employment overtime.
The Nebraska Department of Economic Development submits NEBR data to third-party entities that determine Nebraska’s business climate rankings on nationally recognized lists such as Site Selection's Top State Business Climates. Thanks to your submissions, Nebraska won the 2016 Governors Cup, the most coveted prizes in U.S. economic development for landing the most projects per capita.
DED uses NEBR data to promote industries, regions, and communities. This data allows us to feature successful projects in marketing materials. Also, it allows us to learn more about each community's industry and economic strengths, which is useful when recruiting new businesses to the state.
Economic development includes the following types of projects: manufacturing, data centers, offices, call centers, distribution warehouses, research and development facilities, headquarters buildings.
Infrastructure includes the following types of projects: airports, arenas, business parks and spec buildings, hotels, casinos, destination resorts, theme parks, highway projects, medical facilities, power plants, rail and rapid transit systems, university research facilities, water and sewage systems.
Other includes the following types of projects: retail establishments of any type, restaurants, bank branches, museums, K-12 schools or any other non-commercial education facility, and self-storage facilities.