Tridec Talk Focuses on Tri-Cities' Endeavor to Get Businesses To Stay

Courses conducted on economic development have been providing valuable insight into the nuances of business. Experts give their opinion based on years of experience on various aspects of economic growth which can help businesses fine tune their system.

Tri-city development council, in its annual meeting conducted a crash course on Tri-Cities’ effective recruitment process and an overview on how to successfully retain businesses.

Richard Bodo is an expert in the field of economic development and he spoke on aspects of an area which can attract real estate developers and big businesses. He also highlighted points on how this can have an impact on the development and growth. Richard Bodo went on to explain the process of job selection adopted by the company.

Last year’s comprehensive community economic development status was highlighted by Tridec’s President and CEO, Carl Adrian. Focus was on the invaluable efforts of Tridec in successfully reaching out and bridging the gap between big businesses and public officials in order to foster growth and sustain the momentum in the community.

Economic development means more jobs for people, more investments and more professionals to support the growth. Tridec spokeswoman Deanna Smith said in her address that Tridec was in a strong position in spite of the current economic meltdown. Tri-cities in fact created at least 1800 non farm jobs and the area is poised for continued growth.


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