economic-development

Proven Tools for Successful Business Retention & Expansion

BR+E is an important part of a thriving municipality. The process allows businesses and business owners to grow and thrive in their community, building long-term connections and prosperity. 

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The Economic Impact of First Nations in Canada

First Nations communities have always made an economic impact, but recent work through Truth and Reconciliation initiatives is finally recognizing that impact. 

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Will MDB Insight Be Seeing You at OEMC 2019?

We’re heading to the Ontario East Municipal Conference (OEMC) in Cornwall on September 12, 2019. We’re looking forward to connecting with you, learning as much as possible, and sharing information!

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The Countdown to EDAC 2019 Is On

The Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC) is a not-for-profit association dedicated to supporting professional Canadian economic developers (federal, provincial, municipal, and private). 

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Identifying Economic Development Opportunities in Monroe County

Finding the best economic development opportunities to pursue in your community can be a complex process. 

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Two Platforms to Help You Kickstart Economic Diversity in Your Region

You’re always looking for new and innovative ways to create economic diversity in your region in order to encourage economic growth and development. Today’s ever-changing world is continually

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Attract and Retain the Best Businesses for Economic Growth

Maybe you’re looking to stay ahead of economic challenges like upcoming recessions. Or you just want to see the economic growth and prosperity of your region continue into the future. You know for

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Attracting and Retaining Talented Employees with BR+E

We often see BR+E as being about businesses first and foremost. For example, we want to know when a lease expires, or when a local business is ready to grow into a bigger facility. But we don’t

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2 Ways to Support Family-Owned Businesses in Your Community

Pillars of your business community, owned by lifelong residents, may have been on your main street for decades. Newcomers to Canada with an entrepreneurial spirit may be bringing new ventures to your

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Two Ways to Make the Job of an Economic Development Officer Easier

You know best how busy an economic development officer can be. When there is only one or maybe two EDOs responsible for the economic growth of an entire region, things can feel chaotic. Using often

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