San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA 23-25 February 2015. Tractus’ Executive Director Dennis J Meseroll participated in the Site Selectors Guild annual conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico. This year’s 4th annual conference attracted over 250 economic development professionals from around the world to San Juan to discuss and learn from the members of the Guild key trends impacting the location decisions of the world’s multinationals and the current state of foreign direct investment (FDI). Mr. Meseroll participated in a panel on Global Workforce Issues and presented on Workforce Challenges of Asia’s Investors in the US. Mr. Meseroll is one of the founding members of the Guild.


About The Site Selectors Guild
The Site Selectors Guild is a professional association comprised of the world’s most respected site selection consultants. The mission of The Site Selectors Guild is to advance the profession of international corporate site selection by promoting the profession and providing education, networking and other services to those involved in the industry.

All members of The Site Selectors Guild have been nominated and approved by their industry peers. As the first and only group of its kind, the Site Selectors Guild brings together a dynamic network of site selectors from around the world, combining their talent and expertise to create an invaluable resource, unmatched in its quality, for both corporations seeking site selection assistance and economic development organizations. Members comprising the Guild have:

  • An average site selection consulting tenure of 23 years
  • An average number of career site selection projects of over 200 per member
  • Total capital expenditure in site selection projects that they have managed during their cumulative careers of over $400 billion, or over $11 billion per member
  • An average of 15 site selection projects managed per year per member, with an average capital expenditure per site selection project of  $61 million
  • Total capital expenditures in the site selection projects they managed of over $32 billion per year, or $900 million per year per member
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