Access More Talent Than Ever Before

Experienced Talent. Lower Costs. Faster Growth.

Is your company growing fast and seeking reliable access to experienced talent? You’re not alone.

The good news is, you have more talent to choose from than ever before. You just need to know where to look — and we can help.



Learn about your company’s needs and customize a list of potential locations for your company’s expansion


Work with our concierge city directors to refine your site selection list



Bring your team to visit cities relevant to your growth profile


Connect you with local business leaders, universities, civic leaders and talent to explore collaboration

Set Up


Engage talent and real estate options in local markets that fit your goals


Provide ongoing support for your company's expansion once on the ground

Engage the OAW site selection concierge service

We know that no two cities or companies are the same, so we work closely with your leadership team to understand your talent and space needs, budget targets, short-term and long-term business goals and help identify which aspects of your company’s culture set you apart from the crowd. Then we’ll help you find the right city for your next office or new expansion based on a wide variety of data, including regional talent pools, cost, infrastructure, operational logistics, and a firsthand look at the local culture.

Leading companies like Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Salesforce are expanding their operations to new cities all across America, in order to gain better access to the talent and resources their fast-growing business needs to thrive. But you don’t need to be a tech giant to enjoy these benefits.

Imagine a future…


Where you’re always connected to the top talent in every region from coast to coast


Where your customers are right next door


Where high-growth can happen anywhere

That’s the vision of One America Works — and it’s a vision we can help your company achieve.

Will your company be next?

Content Strategy // Visible to admin only

Primary Audience:
HR Leadership

Secondary Audience:

Page Purpose:
To encourage HR Leadership from Tech companies to contact OAW and find out more about how we can help them expand their teams.

Content Themes:
Connection: Connecting companies with the Cities that will benefit them the most and the Talent that will help their businesses succeed is where OAW shines. We need to quickly and effectively explain how OAW provides these deep, actionable connections.
Fixer (concierge): Once connections have been made, a city expert (director) from OAW will play fixer for the company, showing them around the potential city, getting them the data they need to make an truly informed decision and creating a clear pathway for forward movement and expansion, even down to office location identification and help securing space.
Data-Driven Decision Making: HR leaders need to prove out their decision to leadership and often, their board. OAW’s database of city and talent empowers HR leadership to make good, solid decisions.
Getting Started: Getting started is as easy as contacting OAW. An example roadmap of what will happen thereafter is useful to this audience.

Graphic Explanations: Graphic or animated explanation of the part OAW plays in matching companies with cities and talent that showcases that connection from a perspective that favors the company can be an effective and quick way of explaining the benefits of OAW to users quickly and easily.
Clear, benefits-first explanation of offerings: From database access to concierge service, to talent acquisition, all the various ways in which OAW helps companies connect to cities and talent should be clearly explained and touted.
Proof points: Overcoming the perception of “more of the same” will be important. Showcasing a success story or success story white papers, or stats on expansion or relocation successes facilitated by OAW will be pivotal in decision making.
Clear CTAs: Connect with Us CTAs should be positioned in focal areas of the page, providing clear pathways for users to reach out easily and with little friction. The resulting contact form should have as few required elements as biz dev can tolerate.

New Content Needed:
-Benefits description/depiction
-Success story white paper for download
-Testimonial video with written abstract and pull quote