Growing Michigan's Economy - 5:13
with Katharine Czarnecki, Senior Vice President of Community Development for the Michigan Economic Development Corporation
Posted May 01, 2019
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation is the state’s marketing arm and lead advocate for business development, job awareness and community and talent development with the focus on growing Michigan’s economy. Dedicated to shared economic success, MEDC promotes the state’s assets and opportunities that support business investment and community vitality. The Community Development unit focuses on creating vibrant, sustainable and unique places by providing economic development services and programs to attract and retain talent in Michigan communities.The global economy has drastically shifted how municipalities and regions establish and maintain a competitive advantage. Success is determined by the ability to attract and retain the best people and ideas. These "knowledge workers" balance job opportunities with lifestyle, seeking more than just employment when deciding where to live. The concept of placemaking considers cultural and natural amenities, resources and social and professional networks.
Hosted by: Laurel Hess Produced by: Heartland Newsmakers Team
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