Posts Tagged collaboration

Creating an Entrepreneurial Friendly Community Roundtable at Brunswick Community College

IMG_1016 Dr. Susanne Adams, President of Brunswick Community College introduces the Business Resources on April 28th at the BCC Leland Campus.

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Business Development in Leland, North Carolina

 Brunswick Forest Groundbreaking for several restaurants and community facilities in the Brunswick Forest Commercial Park that currently features a grocery, pharmacy, coffee shop and restaurants. Leland is one of the communities in North Carolina.

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New Developments in SCORE Training and Innovation Collaboration

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Innovation in Education

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Improving Your Presentation

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Cape Fear Community College Programs includes the Improving Your Presentation Seminar in July. Additions to the SBC sponsored session includes using videos as presentation resources.

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Small Community Meeting on Development

Community Meeting to Discuss a Development Issue

Community Meeting to Discuss a Development Issue

As development expands into suburban and rural areas there is a concern about traffic and even availability and cost of public utilities. Meetings are held to discuss specific plans that were based on master plans completed before they moved to their condo, apartment or single family housing development. Homeowners association were created that do not always reflect the opinion or interest of the resident. Community and economic development suffers because of the lack of communication.

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Project Development for Innovation in Government

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Innovation in government can lead to economic and workforce development collaboration..

The IDB Project is funded by a grant from the State of Ohio’s Local Government Innovation Fund Grant (LGIF) Program, which was given to Sourcing Office, a statewide council of governments based in Cleveland, Ohio, to pilot test the IDB approach in Butler County, Ohio. The Butler County Port Authority and Butler County Government played a significant role in organizing local support for the project.

The overall purpose of the project is to study the feasibility of the integrated development budget as a future tool to strengthen financing of economic and community development projects. The IDB approach is designed to provide a fuller accounting of all public investments in economic and community development in terms of organizational operating budgets, economic development incentives, and development-related infrastructure and services, and develop new integrated strategies that increase the return on investment (ROI) for Butler County and its communities.

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