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Economic Development and Developers in the News # 140

Econ dev news from 53 economic development executives and organizations in 16 states and Canada.

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Economic Development and Developers in the News # 140

Welcome to the 140th weekly edition of Economic Development and Developers in the News.

Today's issue contains news from 53 economic development executives and organizations in 16 states and Canada.

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Alabama

Commerce Secretary, Ellen McNair is working on developing a strategic plan to shape state economic development for the future. She was asked to form this new strategic plan by Governor Kay Ivey, which was meant to guide the economic development in the coming years. This strategic plan looked to be more comprehensive, focusing on various sectors and areas like entrepreneurship, rural development, and technology. McNair collaborated with Economic Development Partnership of Alabama's president, Greg Barker, Innovate Alabama, and others.

Arizona

Vincent Redgrave was appointed as the Executive Director of the Regional Economic Development Center at Yavapai College.


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