A Few Thoughts About Economic Development

I’ve come to enjoy working in Economic Development because I find it to be good and noble work. It supports human dignity by creating an opportunity for good jobs. It fosters the common good of the community.

And when its benefits and opportunities flow to all, especially those most in need, then economic development is not only good work, but a true ministry.

We must hold on to that vision and resist the cynicism, negatives and frustrations that can sometimes creep in.

For more perspective, take a minute, read this piece by Georgia Trend editor Susan Percy:  http://www.georgiatrend.com/business-casual/07_11_bizcas.shtml

Brian Sillitto-Vice President, Economic Development-Greater Columbus Chamber of Commerce-The Valley Partnership


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posted 28 July 2011 : Contact the Columbus, Georgia Chamber of Commerce for assistance.
º Join Us Today » Request a free Business Analysis Assessment.
º Or Call Us @ 706.327.1566

(Video) Mike Gaymon CCLD Testimonial — Designing the Future

“It is not by accident that we end up where we are. It is by design.”

The Cunningham Center for Leadership Development (CCLD) at Columbus State University are all about designing the future and The Chamber is proud to be a part, in a small way helping to support this great organization.

To learn more about the CCLD @ CSU and all that they do, visit: http://ccld.colstate.edu/

~ The Folks at Chamber


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posted 18 January 2011 : Contact the Columbus, Georgia Chamber of Commerce for assistance.
º Join Us Today » Request a free Business Analysis Assessment.
º Or Call Us @ 706.327.1566
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