Areas Of Specialization

OUR AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Agricultural Manufacturing

This U.S. industry comprises establishments engaged in manufacturing agricultural and farm machinery and equipment, and turf and grounds care equipment, including planting, harvesting, and grass mowing equipment (except lawn and garden-type).

Commercial & Industrial Real Estate

This niche includes land and buildings suited for commercial or industrial activities. Commercial Real Estate is non-residential and non-industrial property used for commercial purposes; examples include stores, malls, office buildings and industrial parks. Industrial Real Estate includes land and buildings used for production, manufacturing, assembly, warehousing, research, light storage, and distribution.

Cheese and Dairy

To learn about the Cheese and Dairy industry, just “follow the milk.” The value of all milk products – including cheese – sold from U.S. dairy farms is nearly $37.2 billion, and the U.S dairy production and processing industry accounts for over 900,000 jobs in the U.S.

Construction

Construction Services include the trades and professional services engaged in preparing land and the construction, alternation and repair of buildings, structures and other real property. Whether involving new development or renovation, commercial buildings, industrial construction, infrastructure and heavy construction are critical to the U.S. economy.

Hospitality

This area of specialization is a broad category within the service industry and a multi-million dollar industry that includes lodging, food, and beverage services such as restaurants, night clubs, supper clubs and lounges, as well as event planning, theme parks, cruise lines, travel, and additional fields within the tourism sector.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing companies transform goods, materials or substances into new products. Many manufacturers own plants, mills or factories that produce such goods for public consumption.

Professional Services

Professional Services are occupations that require special training in the arts or sciences. Some require professional licenses such as architects, accountants, engineers, doctors, lawyers, and business brokers.

Retail

Retail is a for-profit industry in the service sector that employs multiple distribution channels to sell consumer goods to the public in relatively small quantities. Retail businesses include brick-and-mortar shops, stores, mail order businesses and Internet companies who sell directly to the end customer.

Staffing & Human Resource

Staffing and Human resource firms recruit and screen job candidates, and/or fill job openings for organizations. This industry produces competent personnel that ensure enterprise productivity. More than 800,000 people work in human resources and related fields in the U.S. today.

Transportation & Logistics

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics involves the planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water. Additionally, this sector includes support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment and facility maintenance.