Biography: Joseph Vranich
Joe helps businesses make location decisions driven by growth, consolidation, market changes, or a need to relocate to a place with a more favorable business climate.
Joe began his career in the corporate world where he was involved in office expansions, manufacturing plant relocations and conveyances of land parcels and buildings.
Joe has an organized process to assess potential locations based on labor availability, facility costs, taxes, economic incentives, logistics, utility rates and quality-of-life factors such as school performance, housing affordability and crime. See how it all works in The Three Phases of a Location Project.
His background includes serving as CEO of an international trade organization, Senior Vice President-Public Relations, a U.S. Senate appointee to a Congressional Review Panel and a non-fiction author on transportation issues.
The Business Relocation Coach
Some know Joe as the Business Relocation Coach because he has helped corporate executives and business owners who are concerned about the personal and lifestyle challenges presented by a location project. Also, he has had Executive Coaching assignments in Google, Northrop Grumman, Alcoa, Lufthansa Group, Electronic Arts, IBM, Burson Marsteller and in smaller businesses.
Substantial Location Research
His research on company migrations has been cited by the American Enterprise Institute, California Business Roundtable, California Manufacturers & Technology Association, California Small Business Action Committee, Chapman University Center for Demographics and Policy, Heartland Institute, Kersten Institute for Governance and Public Policy, Small Manufacturers Association of California and the Washington, D.C.-based Tax Foundation.