Saturday, October 15, 2011

Greater MSP plans to market region with one voice

Tthe Minneapolis-St. Paul Regional Economic Development Partnership unveiled its economic development strategy for a 13-county region and its plans to market the Twin Cities to businesses that might be looking for places to expand.

Its goal is to grow jobs at a faster rate than the national average and add 100,000 jobs over the next five years.

The CEO of the new group, Michael Langley, was quoted as saying that "For the first time, the Minneapolis-St. Paul region will have a one-stop shop for businesses hoping to retain their workers, grow and expand their operations, or for those looking to move to a new community.

More here.

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