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Join us as we welcome the leadership from the Florida Economic Development Council on the next Economic Development Today Blog Talk Radio Show. We will discuss how economic development is changing in Florida and what to expect as the reshaping of the delivery system for economic development moves forward.
Amy Evancho, President and CEO of the Florida Economic Development Council
Deborah Wilkinson, Chair of FEDC
Ed Schons, Chair-Elect of FEDC
What role does the average person play in the grand scheme of things and how do our shopping habits contribute to either a just or injust economic and social order? We are actually more powerful than we think, and our everyday shopping patterns contribute greatly to the state of the world around us. In this episode I will discuss what I see as being the practice of Mindful Consumerism, and how we can make a conscious effort to change the world around us for the better. http://www.hermetictemple.com
Join hosts Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman and Research Commentator Shasme Jackson as they speak with Lisalyn Jacobs and Kalyn Risker about Economic Abuse, the barriers that survivors face in seeking safety, and the need for community-based support in helping survivors achieve economic security and violence-free lives.
WIOA: Measuring Economic Impact
Wednesday, March 4th | 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM EST
WIOA calls on workforce boards to track and report some new data elements including credentials attainment, measurable skills gain, training-related costs, and employer engagement. These figures each contribute to the economic impact a board has on its community and region. Boards are in various stages of readiness to track and meet these requirements. How can your board position itself for better and more consistent data collection, decreased lag time for reporting, and measuring the 'intangibles' like work readiness in a more meaningful way? Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) turns labor market data into useful information that helps organizations understand the connection between economies, people, and work. Join host Ron Painter and EMSI's consulting team for a discussion of best practices already in use by boards around the U.S. and a punch list of steps you can take now for improved measurement of your economic impact in the age of WIOA.
Brian Points, Director of Consulting Services, EMSI
John Hawkins, Senior Consultant, Workforce and Economic Development, EMSI
Steve Quello is this week's guest on Economic Development Today, brought to you by the Economic Development Foundation. Steve is founder and President of CEO Nexus, a market research firm serving CEOs and related senior management of second-stage businesses. He designs and manages market development programs, including PeerSpectives, a CEO Peer Learning Network delivered to Florida’s businesses through GrowFL, Florida’s Economic Gardening Institute.
Economic gardening is an entrepreneurial economic development tool that embraces strategies to grow existing businesses in a community, region or state. By assisting entrepreneurs, economic developers are planting the seeds for a stronger economy and supportive environments where companies can thrive and prosper.
Stuart L. Rogel is the President & Chief Executive Officer of the Tampa Bay Partnership. Founded in 1994, the Tampa Bay Partnership is the only entity that provides regional economic development for the entire eight-county, 6,515-square-mile area of west central Florida which includes the metro areas of Tampa/St. Petersburg/Clearwater, Lakeland, and Sarasota/Bradenton/Venice and the counties of Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, and Sarasota.
The Partnership is focused on its Model for Prosperity Strategic Plan which concentrates on the four focus areas of a Vision for Regional Prosperity; A Blueprint for Economic Development; A Transportation Strategy to Support Regional Transit; and a Broader Advocacy and Leadership Model.
A resident of Florida since 1984, Mr. Rogel was the Regional Director for the Florida office of New Boston Fund Properties, a full-service real estate development, management and investment company. Prior to that, Mr. Rogel served as Assistant City Manager and Economic and Community Development Director for the City of Miami Beach, where he was responsible for guiding that community through its dramatic and successful revitalization and redevelopment.
The Tampa Bay Partnership is a regional organization that works with its partners to market the region nationally and internationally, to conduct regional research and to coordinate efforts to influence business and government issues that impact growth and development.
This week’s guest is Jim Moore discussing “Economic Development – A Public Sector Perspective.”
As the Director of the Fort Myers Regional Partnership, Lee County’s Economic Development Office, Moore is charged with carrying forward their strategic vision. This includes the continuation of diversifying Lee County’s economic base by attracting new high-wage/high growth industries to the area, as well as providing assistance to existing businesses with expansion plans. Jim is going to talk to us today about some of the exciting initiatives that are underway with their office and the Horizon Council and their new Together, We Mean Business campaign and how our organization can help further this effort.
This week’s program will feature Christian Gibbons, Director of Business/Industry Affairs in Littleton, Colorado and co-inventor (along with city manager Jim Woods) of “Economic Gardening,” an entrepreneurial approach to economic development. Mr. Gibbons has run this project for the City of Littleton for 24 years. From the period 1990 to 2009 the number of jobs in Littleton nearly doubled from 15,000 to 30,000 and sales tax revenues more than tripled from $6 to $21 million. The City did not recruit one industry during this period, nor did it offer one cent in incentives or tax rebates.
Mr. Gibbons received a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Oklahoma in 1973 and worked for the City of Oklahoma City and San Bernardino County, California before establishing his own consulting firm in 1977. From 1977 to 1987 he consulted on a variety of community and economic development projects in Colorado, Wyoming and California. Mr. Gibbons has been married to his wife Diane for 42 years and they have two adult sons.
In this episode we will go into the class warfare and political warfare being waged on Black America and why America and her system is destined to fall. We will discuss the need for justice and the ongoing change that will redeem Black America and usher in a new paradigm as the world witnesses the economic implosion of the entire caucasian system.
This week’s guest on The Truth Perspective is Fernando “Ferfal” Aguirre. Fernando was a firsthand witness of the many tumultuous changes that occurred in the early 2000’s when Argentina saw a collapse in its economy. Finding a whole new and dangerous set of circumstances under which he was living, he had to find new approaches to the challenges of daily living, providing for his family, and keeping them in safety.
Fernando is the author of Surviving the Economic Collapse, which is an account of his many experiences and the insights he has gleaned from them. He is also well known for his Blog, Survival in Argentina, where he regularly posts information about what he sees in the world today, as well as daily tips and reviews of survival products: http://ferfal.blogspot.com/
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We have everything we need to create a thriving economy and employment. The challenge is, everybody, or at least a significant percentage of the population, must willingly participate in a collective economic program that enables us to put our money together and buy land. The Nation of Islam has a proven track record of organizing the collective resources of a group and manifesting successful business operations. Can the organization once again create economic success within e inner city community, despite the proliferation of drugs and guns? Can the Nation of Islam redirect the attitudes of Generation X and the "me" generation that has been indoctrinated with a philosophy of selfish materialism and an absence of a sense of community? How does one relearn how to operate within a collective? How many people will it take to make this three year economic program successful. Today's guest breaks down the mathematical figures, the cost projections, potential profits, and what this represents in terms of numbers of people who must participate in order to fulfill the vision and succeed on a national scale. Our guest is Dr Ridgley Abdul Mu'min Muhammad. Later we'll be joined by Andre Joseph, author of How to Be Successful, The 17 Laws.