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Ideas for Success: Wright County Economic Development

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In this month’s Resource Partner highlight, we asked Wright County Economic Development director, Bryce Davis, to share how they are planning for growth and to discuss opportunities on the horizon.

The Resource Navigator - Now Even Smarter!

Does your organization specialize in serving certain demographic clients or excel in a particular area of service? If so, we can now better showcase those unique capabilities through the IASourceLink Resource Navigator!

Resource Partner Spotlight - Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce

Resource Partner Spotlight - Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce

This month we wanted to feature a chamber in a rural area and with a little bit of love in the air because it’s February, it wasn’t difficult to find a chamber that loves its community - Glenwood Area Chamber of Commerce.

From the Desk of Director Durham

The coming of a new year always seems to provide a clean slate with which to write your next chapter. Resolutions are made and goals are set. We tend to think of goal-setting on more personal terms such as developing healthier eating habits or exercising more. But as community leaders, this is also a good time for review and envisioning goals for the future prosperity of your city.

Art and Economic Development? Learn How to Make it Work at the Iowa Arts Summit

In the seven years since the Pappajohn Sculpture Park was built in downtown Des Moines, the surrounding area has spiffed up in remarkable ways. Trendy restaurants replaced run-down auto shops. Shiny corporate offices lined up shoulder to shoulder. Just last weekend, the area hosted the Des Moines Arts Festival and more than 200,000 visitors. It’s a great example of creative development, right? Right. But what if your city doesn’t have the same resources? What if nobody in town has a $40 million of sculpture just lying around?

              
             

 

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