Agribusiness in Michigan

Michigan’s thriving agribusiness industry contributes more than $100 billion to the state’s economy each year. Home to more than 52,194 farms and 2,100 licensed food processors, with one in every five employees working in a food-related job, it’s no wonder Michigan has become a…

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Maine: Strong Small Business Culture

By Lori Culpepper

Many cities in Maine, especially Portland and the surrounding areas, rely on a strong business culture of small to mid-size, privately owned companies. The downtown district in Portland and the Old Port historical area provide a variety of business opportunities, and there is an emphasis on…

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St. Tammany Economic Development Foundation

RIVER CHASE
Covington, St. Tammany Parish, LA
St. Tammany Parish is located strategically on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain with easy access to New Orleans and other major population centers across the gulf-south. St. Tammany’s low business cost, nationally recognized school system, and first-rate medical facilities…

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Just Another (Grand) Day in Colorado’s Grand Valley

Video supports quality of place claim, economic development, tourism and talent attraction through series of adventures, shot in just one day

GRAND JUNCTION, CO (July 25, 2017) – This afternoon, the Grand Junction Economic Partnership (GJEP) launched “Another Grand Day”, a video that follows local adventuress Stephanie Carville as she embarks…

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Vibrant Start-Up Incubator Environment Boosting Long-Term

The booming start-up community in the St. Louis area will contribute to long-term economic growth for the bi-state region, according to Kevin Kliesen, an economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

“The vibrant start-up environment here bodes well for the St. Louis economy over…

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