May 01, 2015
Category: Publications, Pulse
Economic development is a constant conversation that takes place around us day to day, year to year. This conversation takes place as communities talk about the business climate, who’s growing, who’s contracting, and how regional and national factors affect our local economies. While it’s easy to celebrate successes, or ruminate on failures, economic development is dynamic and communities need to continually evaluate what happened, what business and workforce needs are, how have things changed, and what, if anything, can we do about it.