Combined Economic Development-Chamber Organization: Greater Des Moines Partnership

August 15, 2010 at 11:10 am Leave a comment

The Greater Des Moines Partnership is the economic and community development organization serving the Greater Des Moines (Iowa) metro covering a three-county region. The Partnership is dedicated to the economic and community development of the entire Greater Des Moines area. Through the consolidation of individual development groups, the Partnership is devoted to making Greater Des Moines a better place to build a business and build a life.

Now, as one cohesive force, the Partnership on a daily basis focuses on economic and community development. Through economic development, we work regionally to recruit and assist new and expanding businesses and to ensure there is a talented and educated workforce from which those firms can draw their human resources.

Through community development, we contribute directly to the good health and vitality of our members’ businesses and the improvement of quality of life for the entire region. Embedded within each of these areas is a strong emphasis on building and sustaining a vibrant downtown core through development, events, environment and promotion.

All of this creates a true partnership between business, government, and the public, so we can pursue our economic and community betterment goals with one voice, one mission, one focus.

Partnership Timeline (2009)

For more information on the Partnership’s goals, click here (PDF).


Entry filed under: Combined Economic Development-Chamber Organization, Greater Des Moines Partnership. Tags: , , .

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