The Catawba County Chamber of Commerce and Catawba Valley Community College present Tapping into Talent, a program to improve the transition from school and unemployment to work. This program was targeted specifically toward area manufacturing CEO's and HR Managers to uncover the glaring issues they are facing with recruiting and retaining talent. This sample was provided as part of the 2016 Chamber of the Year application.
This document serves as a 2016 update to The Eagle County Economic Development Plan, September 2013. Its purpose is to build on what we've learned, acknowledge where progress has been made, and outline the core objectives and strategies that our community should implement and build upon over the next 3-5 years to drive local economic growth. This plan is designed to create new opportunities and jobs within Eagle County by broadening the economic base in existing areas of strength and helping to support developing opportunity segments. These efforts will help increase sales tax revenues, grow and retain jobs, provide support for businesses to create year-round availability and build a business climate attractive to entrepreneurs and growth businesses. See also Synopsis #2, "Building a Community Business Brand" - Vail Valley Partnership.
It's not uncommon to hear someone say that there is no such thing as the Vail Valley. While geographically and technically true, it is undeniable that Vail plays an oversized role in our rural-resort economy. It's also undeniable that we are much more than Vail and that we'd be shortsighted not to leverage the Vail brand to promote our valley as a great place to live, work and play. This article highlights what the individual communities in the valley, including Vail, Red Cliff, Minturn, Eagle-Vail, Avon, Edwards, Eagle, Gypsum, offer to residents and businesses. See also Synopsis #2, "Building a Community Business Brand" - Vail Valley Partnership.
The mountains -- and certainly the Vail Valley -- attract a certain type of person. Our local population comes from everywhere, and a few are fortunate to have been raised here. Collectively, we're drawn to the mountains and to the quality of life that exists in the Vail Valley. We know that living in the mountains can be challenging, and we accept that doing business in a seasonal rural resort economy presents even more challenges. This article recognizes the businesses, organizations, and individuals who are succeeding in our community. See also Synopsis #2, "Building a Community Business Brand" - Vail Valley Partnership.
It is vital that we continue to take charge of our long-term economic future by actively building communities that are supportive of diverse local employers, attractive to new ones and encourage entrepreneurship and innovation. See also Synopsis #2, "Building a Community Business Brand" - Vail Valley Partnership.
The Economic Council of Eagle County, an initiative of Vail Valley Partnership, commissioned a community branding project to develop a strong business brand to attract and retain businesses in this unique area of the country. This presentation from Cubic, Inc. informs key stakeholders about the development of the community brand. See also Synopsis #2, "Building a Community Business Brand" - Vail Valley Partnership.
This sample contains 4 sets of messages for the new Eagle County business brand: sherpa and climbing imagery, people in climbing scenes, mountain scenes from the Vail Valley, and timely warnings and advice from the Guide. See also Synopsis #2, "Building a Community Business Brand" - Vail Valley Partnership.
Vail Valley Economic Development provides information, facilitation and advocacy to support the creation and attraction of new equity to Eagle County. This sample explains why economic development is important, why economic development in Eagle County is important, what VVED is doing, and VVED's six core objectives. See also Synopsis #2, "Building a Community Business Brand" - Vail Valley Partnership.
The Vail Valley Partnership is searching for strategic brand planning that will help create and market a business brand for Eagle County. This brand will capitalize on a comprehensive regional economic development effort by utilizing measurable, industry proven strategies and leveraging existing assets. See also Synopsis #2, "Building a Community Business Brand" - Vail Valley Partnership.
This report provides an overview of the results of the Winter 2014/15 Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) passenger survey, sponsored by the EGE Air Alliance. The survey was coordinated and administered by RRC Associates of Boulder, Colorado. This is the first such comprehensive study of EGE passengers undertaken by the EGE Air Alliance. The EGE Passenger Survey is intended to assist the sponsoring stakeholders to gain a better understanding of airport users’ travel patterns, experiential feedback, expenditures and value to the local community, while also allowing travel patterns and trends to be tracked over time. The study also documents the importance of air service and the airport to the Vail Valley, with a primary focus of the research being to estimate the economic impact of the winter air service program on the local community. See also Synopsis #1, "EGE Air Alliance - Air Service Growth Initiative" - Vail Valley Partnership.