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By Strategic Book Group
The prolonged and dismal situation in the "Nigerian economy serves as the inspiration behind The Political Constraints on Nigerian Economic Development Since the Independence."
By Travois Inc.
Representatives from tribal housing authorities and economic development organizations throughout Indian Country will travel to Kansas City for the 13th Annual Travois Indian Country Affordable Housing & Economic Development Conference.
By Moore County Partners in Progress
Moore Forward is an initiative to cultivate entrepreneurship, business development, and job creation in Moore County, NC. The $25,000 grant from Duke Energy Foundation will be used for programming to support Moore Forward
By Intergeneration Month
Encouraging People To Intentionally Connect Generations At The Core
By Mayerson Marketing & PR
Stenslie brings more than 20 years’ experience in workforce and economic development
By T-LEVEL Consulting, LLC
MEDIA CONTACT Tammi Hamilton T-Level Consulting, LLC (704) 774-6252 firstname.lastname@example.org Charlotte, NC, July 8, 2013 – Councilman James Mitchell of District 2 is pleased to announce his bid for Mayor at West Charlotte High School on Monday,...
By Initiative for Global Development
U.S. Chamber Exec Will Lead Networks and Resource Development
By Westchester County Association
National experts to offer innovative approaches to creating economic opportunity in Westchester County. 21st century infrastructure, communities that attract young professionals, public-private partnerships, and site selection are all on the agenda
By Marlborough Economic Development Corporation
MEDC Plans an Urban Walking Area and a Boost to Sports Tourism
Greenville (S.C.) County Council has appointed business leaders Marshall Franklin, Dr. Tom Quantrille, Mary Ann Pires and Hunter Howard, Jr. to serve three-year terms on the economic development organization's Board of Directors.
Mayor Vigeant Promotes Marlborough to New York-based Real Estate Professionals
By Martin Brossman & Associates
More than 30 small business owners gathered on May 9 at the Town Hall in Oriental, a Pamlico County town known as The Sailing Capital of North Carolina, for a three-hour seminar on how to “Use Social Media to Market and Transform Your Community.”...
By Global Product Management Talk
Michael V. Franchell, Executive Director, Community Based Business Incubator Center (CBBIC), Discusses Implementation Of The Value Innovation Works In Upstate New York
By Colorado WaterJet
Precision manufacturer implements new processes to meet customer needs
By Martin Brossman & Associates
This week is packed with opportunity for small business owners to get a competitive edge by attending their choice of 3 free seminars in Franklin and Bryson City, offered by Southwestern Community College’s Small Business Center.
By All Clear Translations
Businesses in the Mahoning and Shenango Valley now have a local resource to grow globally. All Clear Translations has moved into the area and joined the Regional Chamber.
Landscape architecture, planning, and urban design firm appoints Robin McCaffrey Principal...
Trevor Shaw and Adam Wasserman will be in Birmingham April 23rd - 24th to attend the important UK/European Logistics and Trade event.
South DeKalb Business Association’s (SDBA) Economic Development Bus Tour to feature political officials, business leaders, South DeKalb businesses, real estate professionals and an economic development...
By Snell & Wilmer
Snell & Wilmer is pleased to announce that John Delikanakis, a partner in the Las Vegas office, has joined the Board of Trustees of the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA), Southern Nevada’s economic development agency formerly known as the...
By Media Solstice Marketing & PR
- Bridgeville, N.Y. - The Sullivan County Partnership for Economic Development recently announced the promotion of Michele Klugman Resnick to the position of vice president. Klugman Resnick also serves as the Partnership’s director of marketing.
By Scarlet Raven Limited
Minneapolis - March 12, 2013 – The Menominee Indian Economic Development Authority (“MIEDA”) of Wisconsin and Applied BioFuels Corporation (“ABF”) of Tulsa, Oklahoma announce the signing of agreement for the placement of an ABF Energy Island.
By Pow Wow Marketing
Las Vegas, Nevada - March 11, 2013 – POW WOW MARKETING, (powwowmarketing.com) a 100% Native American-owned company, was named the “official” text message provider for National RES 2013 (National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development)...
The New Markets Tax Credit program helped close the financing gap for the first Educare Early Childhood Development Center in Indian Country.
By Flagler County Chamber
The Flagler County Chamber of Commerce & Affiliates and Flagler County Department of Economic Opportunity will cohost a “Think Flagler First” lunch Friday, Feb. 15 at 12 noon, with registration beginning at 11:30AM.
By Travois Holdings Inc.
Thousands more Alaskans will have access to broadband services as GCI’s TERRA-NW project moves its way up the northwest coast, thanks in part to NMTC financing provided by Travois New Markets, a nationally certified Community Development Entity.
Ventura County Supervisor Kathy Long will serve as the Economic Development Collaborative-Ventura County’s 2013 board chair with Sim Tang-Paradis of City National Bank as vice chair.
By Grapevine Communications
The City of North Port’s Economic Development Division today announced an update to its Economic Development Strategic Plan, outlining clear goals to guide the city’s economic development activities over the next five years.
By GAI Consultants, Inc.
Owen M. Beitsch, Ph.D., CRE, Senior Director of Real Estate Research Consultants, Inc. (RERC), has been appointed Associate Editor of Real Estate Issues (REI).
Grand opening celebration is scheduled for 1 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21
Ellen Brown, regional manager of Volt Workforce Solutions, was named 2013 board chairperson of the Ventura County Economic Development Association (VCEDA). She takes over the helm from outgoing chair Bill Camarillo, president and CEO of Agromin.
By Anesnah Design & Marketing
Membership Elects Three New Directors Representing Winston-Salem State University, Hinds Community College and University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
By ScottMadden, Inc.
A framework for sustained action to improve economic health in member communities
By Greater Akron Chamber
The Greater Akron Chamber is excited to introduce our mobile app, Save Local Now™. Save Local Now™ is a platform for chambers to help local businesses grow by placing self-promotion in their hands and delivering it to their customers.
By Passage Home
The City of Raleigh, Wake County, and Passage Home will be holding a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, December 4th at 10:00 am for the new Coleman Street Multi-Family Housing complex to be constructed at 1002 Coleman Street in Raleigh, NC.
By World Economic Development Alliance
Defiance County Economic Development has chosen to continue its 7 year relationship with the World Economic Development Alliance, a corporate site selection and economic development consulting firm, to recruit new businesses in Defiance Cty, Ohio.
By Chatterbox PR
Just Announced! On Novemeber 8th 2012, the Monterey County Business Council annoucned the Annual Economic Development Public-Private Partnership Awards
By Moore County Partners in Progress
The Heart of North Carolina MegaPark project to develop a corporate / industrial park from 3,000 acres in central North Carolina's Interstate 73/74 corridor is moving forward. This Park will be a versatile and competitive industrial location.
Travois New Markets, a nationally certified Community Development Entity (CDE) headquartered in Kansas City, recently closed New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) economic development projects with U.S. Bank and the Indion Group.
By World Bicycle Relief
The campaign highlights the significance of supporting World Bicycle Relief to equip individuals and communities in developing countries with bicycles as a solution for improving access to education, healthcare and economic opportunity.
By Latitude3 Media Group LLC
Expanding businesses now have a single online location to find answers to pressing site selection related questions.
By Genesee Regional Chamber of Commerce
I-69 International Trade Corridor Regional Summit Leaders Discuss Export, Agriculture and Transportation
By Northern Virginia Black Chamber of Commerce
The Northern Virginia Black Chamber of Commerce announces the winners of its 2012 business honors, who will receive the awards at NVBCC's Annual Meeting on Thursday, November 8 at 8:00-9:30 am at The Waterford, 6715 Commerce St, Springfield, VA.
By Big Navajo Energy, LLC
Window Rock, AZ (October 12, 2012) – Big Navajo Energy (BNE), a Utah-based renewable energy company, announces it is a 100-percent Navajo owned-and-operated company focused on the development and deployment of efficient power generation technology.
By Ontario Workforce Planning Boards
Workforce and economic development experts from both sides of the border are putting their heads together Oct. 15-18 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at a Knowledge Exchange to tackle the challenge of getting people and jobs connected.
World Trade Center St. Louis Presents Local Leaders with Awards, Announces Immigration and Asia Init
By Black Twig Communications
Annual luncheon addressed more than 650 business, civic and community leaders on timely international issues affecting globally growing companies
New Delhi, September 17, 2012: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced a 25 basis points cut in the cash reserve ratio (CRR), a move that is expected to release Rs 17,000 crore of primary liquidity into the system.
By Michigan State University
Brian M. Abraham has been named to lead Spartan Innovations, L3C, a subsidiary of the Michigan State University Foundation focused on launching sustainable start-up companies from Michigan State University’s research innovations.
By Performance Strategies Unlimited
Dr. Gwendolyn Goldsby Grant will speak at the “Women Leaders and Entrepreneurs Summit and Business Expo” In Newark, New Jersey
By Tallulah Group
Mound Bayou, the first American city founded by former slaves, is preparing for the opening of the Taborian Urgent Care Center. The Center will be a partnership between the City of Mound Bayou and the Knights and Daughters of Tabor.
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