Research and development in electric vehicles have really ramped up in the last few years.
Infrastructure issues are often a municipal maintenance issue.
Working as an EDO can be extremely exciting and rewarding because of the positive impact you can have on your community.
The digital divide between rural and urban communities seems to only get larger as cities are increasingly building more sophisticated telecommunications infrastructure.
The landscape of economic development is constantly shifting, changing, and adapting to new ways of thinking as the demands and expectations of society change.
Some community assets are completely intangible, and yet vitally important to economic health.
No matter your community’s unique business and industry, cultural assets and talent pool, there are three ways that you can maximize economic growth in rural areas.
Getting the budget in place for a business retention and expansion (BR+E) project is a difficult task. Proving the value of the exercise to Council and spending the time to get all stakeholders on
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.