The other articles on this site deal with hard facts. We know what happened in the past and what is happening in the present. As to what will happen in the future, who can say? If we bring out our crystal ball, however, we may be able to hazard a guess. Like Dennis Gartman uses his financial expertise to predict what will happen in the commodities market, we will put our knowledge of Aurora, Illinois' business sector to good use and predict what may happen in the future.
Prediction #1: Manufacturing will decline further
Looking at the state of the world, it's not hard to see why we made this prediction. Since 1980, the trend has been for factories to relocate overseas to take advantage of cheaper labor. First Aurora's textile mills and railroad suppliers went this route to avoid hiring Riverside bankruptcy lawyers. In our view, it won't be long until the machinery and transportation equipment factories follow suit, especially considering the movement toward greener practices and energy sources, which will make Aurora's products obsolete.
Prediction #2: Technology will take over
If manufacturing is the way of the past, technology is the way of the future. Technological advancements in memory and processing are moving so quickly that Toronto SEO companies barely have time to promote them before they're succeeded by something new. The green movement requires technological advances to accomplish its goals, and with the Illinois Research and Technology corridor already passing close to the city, we predict it won't be long until tech firms are eyeing the cheaper rents and bigger spaces they can get in Aurora.
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Prediction #3: Construction will boom
The construction boom will be predicated on the technology takeover, for as more companies move in to continue their white-collar research into home health services devices, so will white collar workers. New technology development facilities need to be built, perhaps converting old factories and warehouses from the bygone days of industrial dominance. Then as these facilities fill with workers there will be a continued push (using the anti-crime work done by the FBI in the 1990s as a jumping-off point) to clean up and revitalize the more blighted areas of the city and make them ready for the condo crowd.
Prediction #4: Tourism will increase
Once the "new" more white collar Aurora has established itself as a safe, attractive place for tech-savvy workers, the tourism push that has already begun courtesy of the Aurora Visitor and Convention Bureau will finally see success. Much of the traffic will be due to business conferences on technology breakthroughs or bringing franchises to Canada, but Aurora's sizeable collection of historical structures and interesting cultural destinations will also collect some recreational visitors as well once they see the city is safe.