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  • 02/12/2024 1:48 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Ridley Park, PA (February 12, 2024) – The Pennsylvania Economic Development Association (PEDA) applauds Governor Josh Shapiro and his Administration’s focus on economic development, as reflected in his budget proposal of last week, the release of a statewide economic development strategy last month, and his visit to Delaware County, today.

    Click here to review the full press release.

  • 01/30/2024 2:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Shapiro Administration Launches Statewide Plan

    www.PAGetsItDone.com

    On Tuesday, January 30th, Governor Josh Shapiro and DCED Secretary Rick Siger announced the launch of a much anticipated statewide economic development strategy. This plan, intended to guide the Commonwealth's efforts toward economic growth over the next 10 years, is the first of its kind in approximately 20 years and was developed through collaboration with economic development stakeholders across the state.

    Members of PEDA leadership were in attendance at the announcement and previously have had the opportunity to provide input on behalf of PEDA membership. We look forward to working with the administration to implement the first statewide economic development strategy in two decades in a way that best serves the needs of our members for the betterment of their local economies and their business constituents and to increase the vitality of our communities.

     To learn more, see the official press release, visit the state's new business attraction website and read the complete economic development strategy.

  • 12/11/2023 3:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Read the press release here.

  • 11/14/2023 1:28 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    With the end of 2023 nearly upon us, we're reaching out to wish you a happy holiday season and to remind you of a great opportunity to sponsor 2024 PEDA conferences at a discounted rate.

    For a limited time, PEDA is offering a 10% discount to organizations committing to serve as sponsors at both 2024 conferences. This offer provides you with a platform to reach the economic development community and its partners at a lower, more cost-effective rate.

    Learn about the many valuable benefits available by reviewing our list of 2024 sponsorship opportunities. We welcome the opportunity to discuss further with you and look forward to bringing you value in 2024!

    Be a part of the conversation:  #PEDAspring24 | #PEDAfall24

  • 11/13/2023 12:40 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    2025 PEDA Fall Conference RFP Issued

    The Pennsylvania Economic Development Association (PEDA) is the statewide association of local, state, corporate and non-profit economic development professionals. PEDA's mission is to promote sound economic development policies, provide leading edge economic development education and nurture an effective statewide economic development network to foster the economic growth of the Commonwealth.

    PEDA provides opportunities at its two annual conferences for economic development professionals and organizations in Pennsylvania to share best practices and experiences that enhance the professional dialogue. This active engagement ensures Pennsylvania can continue to aggressively position itself to retain, grow and attract businesses and jobs to the Commonwealth.

    If you are interested in having your community considered as a potential site for the 2025 PEDA Fall Conference, please respond to all sections of this RFP by close of business on Monday, December 4, 2023. Thank you for your consideration. 

    Pennsylvania Economic Development Association
    908 North Second Street | Harrisburg, PA 17102
    Phone: 717.441.6047 | Fax: 717.236.2046

    www.peda.org
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  • 11/08/2023 10:36 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Pennsylvania Allies Program was designed for professionals working in roles that actively support economic development organizations (EDOs) and their efforts within PA communities. Through the provision of training for local stakeholders, they - along with their local or regional EDOs - will be well-positioned to take advantage of opportunities to jointly champion their communities. With this aim in mind, we're sharing the following story of an economic development success that was made possible because a number of community-minded individuals and organizations recognized the project's importance and committed themselves to working together through the processes necessary to achieve their vision.

    Click here to read about RIDC Westmoreland Innovation Park.

    Recognition of Support: This Project was financed by a grant from the federal Department of the Treasury, under the administration of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, DCED.


  • 11/01/2023 11:32 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Pennsylvania Allies Program was designed for professionals working in roles that actively support economic development organizations (EDOs) and their efforts within PA communities. Through the provision of training for local stakeholders, they - along with their local or regional EDOs - will be well-positioned to take advantage of opportunities to jointly champion their communities. With this aim in mind, we're sharing the following story of an economic development success that was made possible because a number of community-minded individuals and organizations recognized the project's importance and committed themselves to working together through the processes necessary to achieve their vision.

    Click here to read about the Fastest Selling Real Estate Market in the Country.

    Recognition of Support: This Project was financed by a grant from the federal Department of the Treasury, under the administration of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, DCED.


  • 10/25/2023 11:17 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Pennsylvania Allies Program was designed for professionals working in roles that actively support economic development organizations (EDOs) and their efforts within PA communities. Through the provision of training for local stakeholders, they - along with their local or regional EDOs - will be well-positioned to take advantage of opportunities to jointly champion their communities. With this aim in mind, we're sharing the following story of an economic development success that was made possible because a number of community-minded individuals and organizations recognized the project's importance and committed themselves to working together through the processes necessary to achieve their vision.

    Click here to read about the GrowErie Project at the Savocchio Opportunity Park.

    Recognition of Support: This Project was financed by a grant from the federal Department of the Treasury, under the administration of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, DCED.


  • 10/18/2023 10:09 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Pennsylvania Allies Program was designed for professionals working in roles that actively support economic development organizations (EDOs) and their efforts within PA communities. Through the provision of training for local stakeholders, they - along with their local or regional EDOs - will be well-positioned to take advantage of opportunities to jointly champion their communities. With this aim in mind, we're sharing the following story of an economic development success that was made possible because a number of community-minded individuals and organizations recognized the project's importance and committed themselves to working together through the processes necessary to achieve their vision.

    Click here to read about the WCIDC Jeannette Glass Redevelopment Project.

    Recognition of Support: This Project was financed by a grant from the federal Department of the Treasury, under the administration of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, DCED.


  • 10/17/2023 2:43 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

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