Maybe Snohomish County Should Recognize Economic Vitality Excellence in the Future

June 28, 2010 at 6:26 am Leave a comment

Here is an example to look at for ideas. “Winners of Team NEO Economic Development Plus Awards for projects carried out last year areCase Western Reserve University, for advancing the medical imaging cluster; Team Lorain County, the cities of Oberlin and North Ridgeville and the Lorain County Growth Partnership, for attracting GreenField Solar Group’s headquarters; the city of Westlake, for Hyland Software’s expansion; the cities of Cleveland and Independence, the village of Cuyahoga Heights andCuyahoga County, for Alcoa’s retention of 1,250 jobs and its plan to invest $110 million in its Cleveland Works; the Global Cardiovascular Innovation Center, the city of Akron, theUniversity of Akron and the Akron Global Business Accelerator, for their overall impact last year; ShoreBank Enterprise Group of Cleveland, for establishing the Evergreen Cooperative Development Fund for minority businesses; the city of Wooster, the Wayne Economic Development Council, the Ohio Bioproduct Innovation Center and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, for helping Quasar Energy Group expand; and Eastern Gateway Community College, for opening a new facility. Team NEO is a regional business attraction group serving Northeast Ohio.”

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