The Midwest state of Iowa – strategically positioned in the heartland of the US – is often ranked as among the most competitive locations when it comes to the cost of doing business. The economy is increasingly less dependent on agriculture and now focused on a mix of manufacturing, biotechnology, financial and other professional services. Its cities – like the capital Des Moines – offer companies a talented workforce: the state has a history for educational innovation and has the third highest graduation rate in the US. An excellent network of roads links the state internally and externally with the six states that share a boundary with it. Iowa also has several major airports including the Des Moines International Airport. We have two business centers in Iowa, both in centrally located Des Moines, but each with a very different look and feel. One occupies a low-rise building situated west of town in a suburb noted for insurance. The other is on the fourth floor of a high-rise in the downtown central business district. Either center offers everything a small to large business needs to operate effectively, whether it’s offices for a day to permanent office suites. They both have meeting rooms that can be laid out in a variety of ways and a business lounge for customers to work, whether it’s on a drop-in basis to catch up on emails or make calls in peace, or business meetings.