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Martin Sorge Apr 17
Foundations, using both their grants and their investments, should prioritize supporting entrepreneurs who have traditionally been left behind.
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Susan Blansett Apr 18
In our increasingly haves/havenots economy, it's time for orgs to partner with orgs for job creation, . Hats off to . Ck out their work featured in
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N.C. Commerce 5h
Good news for the Richmond County area: Impact Plastics will expand its manufacturing operations. “Impact Plastics’ decision proves our strong workforce makes our state one of the best places to do business" - Cooper.
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Darrene Hackler Apr 17
With around a 1/3 of public housing residents, rental assistance units, & housing/assisted located in , HUD on how to leverage economic & social impact of .
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IEDC Apr 18
Today's the day! Join us during our April webinar to hear how professionals can support entrepreneurs and small businesses and take advantage of the economic impacts of legal cannabis.
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GrandForksRegionEDC 55m
The manufacturing sector annually contributes $222 million to our economy in local wages. Those wages are 20% higher than average wages in the region.
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Dennis Alvord 2m
Exciting news! Pritzker Traubert Foundation announced a $10M grant competition to invest in place-based interventions that maximize community, economic and social benefits while promoting equity and inclusion
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NREDA 18h
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development is accepting applications for grants to establish broadband infrastructure in unserved rural communities.
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Economic Development 22h
Our partners at the department are hiring for an Economic Development Specialist. Could it be you?
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Business U 21h
Read how strategies in Iowa, Mississippi, and Texas link educators, employers, and others in systems that drive economic advancement for individuals and communities. via
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GrandForksRegionEDC Apr 19
The Grand Forks region has a diverse manufacturing base, serving industries like wind energy, oil and gas, aviation, construction, food, and automotive. Since 2011, manufacturing has grown by 33%, adding more than 1,000 jobs to our region.
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Jason Cox Apr 19
Replying to @jasoncoxADD
5/ Then on the traditional side it’s constantly forgotten that actual net new jobs are from new businesses. A community only creates new wealth with new businesses. And local-based companies are much more woven into the community in every way.
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Jason Cox Apr 19
Replying to @jasoncoxADD
2/ For those in some way touching public health, or can invest in that changes the life trajectory of a 0-5 year old in our community” needs to be unpacked further
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SourceLink Virginia Apr 16
many thanks for riding along as we've navigated the fascinating journey of supporting the Commonwealth's ecosystems. The SourceLink Virginia project (originally launched by VCEN in 2014) continues to evolve with the changing times. Stay tuned!
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WAVTEQ Apr 7
Our FDI Capacity Building workshop in Dubai has just started! Currently discussing FDI trends in the Gulf region with our CEO Dr.
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Great River Energy Apr 17
Great River Energy's Business Expansion Loan Program was designed to facilitate new commercial and industrial investment. Funds may be used for most business expansion. Learn how to qualify!
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Idaho Commerce Apr 18
Did you attend this year's Idaho Economic Development Association Spring Conference? Thank you for joining us to discuss tactics to increase workforce participation, job creation strategies, financing tools for infrastructure development and more
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Rachel A. Adler 5h
: Goes To : How Long-Term Thinking Won The Prize via
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Stephen Moret Apr 10
Loudoun County "...adopted a $3.2B op budget for FY20 featuring a significant cut to the R.E. tax rate, an across-the-board pay raise for county employees and a ~$100MM increase for county schools. How did they pull it off? Data centers, largely."
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Piedmont Triad, NC Apr 16
Thank you, Loren Hill for sharing the excitement of Downtown High Point. Rockers Opening Day is May 2!
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