Highland surveys tenants in effort to attract, retain talent

Business parks have traditionally been a place for offices.

But that's changing – or has already – in many places, includingRhode Island, as businesses look for new ways to attract and retaintalent, which forces business-park owners to find new ways to attractand retain businesses.

"We're hearing more and more about the importance of having moreresources in our developments as a means to attract a youngerworkforce," said Scott A. Gibbs, president of The Economic DevelopmentFoundation of Rhode Island, which operates Highland Corporate Parks inWoonsocket and Cumberland.

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