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The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to helping economic developers do their job more effectively and raising the profile of the profession. When we succeed, our members create more high-quality jobs, develop more vibrant communities, and generally improve the quality of life in their regions.


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Strengthening the Backbone of the American Economy - Helping Entrepreneurs Succeed

Michele M. DeWitt, AICP

Excellent!!!!
ED Interactive - Economic Developers, Meet Workforce Developers

Michele M. DeWitt, AICP

Economic Development Credit Analysis

Daniel Kennelly, AICP

Useful information to learn about how small businesses work and how to evaluate them. Planners should know this stuff. Sometimes the course was a little more detailed then seemed necessary but overall very good.
Economic Development Credit Analysis

Mark Hofman, AICP

Tough subject matter for non practioners but the course provides perfect background understanding of how things work in credit analysis and loan funding
Daytime with IEDC: Brilliant Economic Development

Brett M. Doney, AICP

Thought provoking and a wake up call to the profession. Well done!
Economic Development Credit Analysis

Carl J. Freeman, AICP

This course covered lending, financing, and real estate development. Excellent course with homework and in class exercises. 100% attention reguired during the classes.
Economic Development Credit Analysis

Larry A. Brown, AICP

I found this course to be very tough but excellant
Economic Development Strategic Planning

John P. Ramirez, AICP

Economic Development Strategic Planning

Jordan Feld, AICP

Good speakers, content was basic level but interesting discussion contexts
How to Develop Skilled Workers in Rural Places

John Gessaman, AICP

Getting the Most out of Local Food: Establishing a Foodshed Innovation Center

Daniel Kennelly, AICP

Leveraging Entrepreneurial Networks to Encourage Small Business Success

John Gessaman, AICP

The Young and the Restless in Economic Development

Daniel Kennelly, AICP

The Multiplier: Invigorating Your Community through Local Ownership

John Gessaman, AICP

Collective Strength: Public-Private Partnerships Increase Non-Profits' ROI

Martha Jane Armstrong, AICP

excellent examples of corporate philanthropy engaging in creative programs of micro lending, youth education and employment, arts development and housing.
21st Century Infrastructure: Increasing Access to High-Speed Internet

Dixon LaMar Holmes, AICP

good information
The Multiplier: Invigorating Your Community through Local Ownership

Robert M. Lewis, AICP

Good topic and enthusiastic presenters, but I would have preferred more quantitative analysis and "how to" measure such impacts in a local economy.
Best Practices in Regionalism: Working Across Borders

Pamela J. Shupp, AICP

We are consistently messaging about the fact that companies do not define searches by local municipal boundaries.
From Grassroots to Green Shoots: Building the Next Great Startup City

John Gessaman, AICP

From Grassroots to Green Shoots: Building the Next Great Startup City

Martha Jane Armstrong, AICP

Many examples of programs for entrepreneurship from around the world. many are funded by foundations -- so can't necessarily reproduce their programs -- but nevertheless some great guidance on how to make entrepreneurship programs work.