2012: Metro Austin, TX

Posted on Aug 28, 2012

2012: Metro Austin, TX

September 26–29 Why Williamson County and Gwinnett County? Williamson County, Texas was identified as one of Gwinnett’s three strong comparison communities in the Market Street Services economic development study for Partnership Gwinnett in 2011.  Williamson County mirrors the dynamism of Gwinnett’s economy and the diversity of its population. The two markets are similar in that they have...

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2011: San Francisco, CA

Posted on Jun 9, 2011

2011: San Francisco, CA

A Message from San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee Dear business and community leaders of Gwinnett, On behalf of the City and County of San Francisco, it is with great pleasure that I welcome business and community leaders of Gwinnett to our beautiful ‘City by the Bay.’ A worldrenowned, international city, San Francisco proudly celebrates diversity and multiculturalism as a way of life. We lead the...

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2010: Metro Chicago, IL

Posted on May 20, 2010

2010: Metro Chicago, IL

From Chicagoland Chamber President Gerry Roper: Accept the reality of doing business in the global marketplace Evolve, Adapt, and Reinvent your company, organization and community to succeed in the future or you will die. Chicagoland Chamber’s “Competitive Agenda” (mirrors our own Partnership Gwinnett Plan) and drives their strategic plan and makes them more than a “chicken on a stick and a...

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2009: Metro Denver, CO

Posted on May 20, 2009

2009: Metro Denver, CO

The most striking observation was the fact that many of the region’s most successful initiatives that have been instrumental in Denver’s rise as one of the nation’s premier communities were spawned put of the economic crisis of the oil bust in the mid 80s. That revelation can serve as an inspiration to us here in Gwinnett and metro Atlanta as we weather one of the worst economic recessions in...

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2008: Research Triangle in NC

Posted on May 20, 2008

2008: Research Triangle in NC

Imagine Georgia’s Innovation Crescent stretching from Atlanta to Athens (with Gwinnett at its heart) being mentioned in the same breath as the renowned Research Triangle among global site consultants. Imagine a regional Outer Loop that would cut commute times in half and dramatically reduce clogged traffic on I-285. Imagine once blighted or abandoned neighborhoods in southern Gwinnett becoming...

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2007: Collin County, TX & the Telecom Corridor

Posted on May 20, 2007

2007: Collin County, TX & the Telecom Corridor

Imagine commuting from Gwinnett to downtown Atlanta during Friday morning rush hour in only 30 minutes. Imagine Gwinnett as the home of a 22,000 – seat soccer stadium surrounded by soccer fields that would annually draw more visitors than most major league football teams do during a season. Imagine a minor league baseball stadium that caters specifically to family-friendly communities like...

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