Authors: Ibrahim Chowdhury, Ekaterine T. Vashakmadze and Li Yusha After a strong rebound last year, the global economy is entering a challenging 2022. Advanced economies have recovered quickly thanks to major stimulus packages and rapid progress in immunization, but many developing countries continue to struggle. The spread of new variantsRead More →

ANDERSON – Even as their efforts to help businesses navigate the ever-changing pandemic environment continue, Madison County economic development officials are eagerly awaiting projects in 2022 that aim to strengthen infrastructure to capitalize on of expected future growth. From the Interstate 69 corridor near Pendleton in the south to activityRead More →

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has had a negative economic impact, but development in the T&D region continued in 2021. Premium peanut Headlining the year in economic development, Georgia-based Premium Peanut announced in September that it would establish operations in Orangeburg County. The producer-owned peanut shelling company said it would investRead More →

Changes in government payments, new collars for certain dogs and warrants for more women in the construction industry from 2022. Changes in government payments, distinctive new collars for dangerous dogs, and Australia’s first program to attract more women into the construction industry will all begin from January 1. Here areRead More →

Six months after the City of Santa Barbara approved its first economic development plan, city officials are still discussing their strategies, with most initiatives still pending or underway. Jason Harris, the city’s director of economic development, gave a seven-minute presentation at Tuesday’s conference municipal Council Encounter. He showed a fewRead More →

COATESVILLE — The Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance and the Chester County Industrial Development Authority presented the first Tammy Cansler-Miles Award for Excellence in Economic and Community Development to Mark Sherman of MarkLane Properties LLC at the Partner Appreciation Event of the ‘Alliance on Thursday, November 16. Tamara Cansler-Miles passed awayRead More →

Theresa Metcalf, Deputy Director of KerrEDC, is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma Institute for Economic Development (OU EDI). “Theresa is an essential part of the KerrEDC ecosystem. Her degree from the country’s largest economic development program, the OU Economic Development Institute, is a testament to the hard workRead More →