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Podcast Episode 77: The Work Starts at Home: Business Attraction with Lenora Fisher

Sharing her knowledge and offering practical tips for making a difference in your community.

Dane Carlson
Dane Carlson
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Podcast Episode 77: The Work Starts at Home: Business Attraction with Lenora Fisher

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Episode 77 of the Econ Dev Show Podcast is out.

In this episode, Dane talks business attraction with Lenora Fisher, the Director of Business Attraction at Greater Peoria Economic Development Council.

Lenora is a very special guest. Not only is she an expert in business attraction, but she's also an incredibly interesting person with a diverse background and wealth of experiences.

Our guest today has always had a passion for international relations and initially set out to become a diplomat. Along the way, she also became involved in politics and even worked on the Obama campaign.

But that's just the beginning of her story. In this interview, she'll be sharing her wealth of knowledge and experience in economic development and business attraction, as well as offering practical tips and strategies for anyone looking to make a difference in their community.

So sit back, relax, and get ready to be inspired.

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