Preparing Our Communities to Be Competitive in the Business Recruitment Process
Monday, December 10, 2018
The months of September and October always represent periods of transition and change on the calendar. September marking the unofficial end of summer, as people prepare to return to school and work. October, often times, represents an upcoming change in elected officials and preparation for changes in policy. In these months, we also tend to enjoy nature at its best, and bare witness to its worst; as leaves begin to showcase a myriad of colors in the north, while our coastal counterparts in the south prepare for the environmental threats posed by tropical storms and hurricanes.
But what remains a constant, is our need to always be prepared for the future. Prepared to adapt to structural and cyclical changes that have a direct or indirect impact on commerce; which subsequently would effect our ability as a state to compete for private investment.