The Innovation Crescent is both a geographic region or cluster, and partnership of more than 15 counties and economic development entities dedicated to Georgia's life science and technology growth.
235 Andrew Young International Blvd
Atlanta, GA 30303
The Inter-Tribal Council, Inc. was formed in 1966 by leaders of Northeastern Oklahoma tribes originally settled in Ottawa County to represent the interests and to secure benefits and entitlements for all residents of American Indian descent in the seven county area of Northeastern Oklahoma.
P.O. Box 1308
The Iowa Northland Regional Council of Governments is a voluntary association of local governments established by state law serving the member jurisdictions in Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Chickasaw and Grundy counties. As a service and planning organization, it is responsible for coordinating, assisting and facilitating programs in Community and Economic Development that will benefit all governmental bodies in the INRCOG region.
229 E. Park Ave.
The Jacksonville Regional Economic Development Corporation (JREDC) works to create, expand, recruit and retain job opportunities for Morgan and Scott counties in Illinois
221 E. State St.
Jacksonville, IL 62650
KIRPC is a voluntary public partnership serving Benton, Carroll, Jasper, Newton, Pulaski, Starke, Warren, and White Counties that provides assistance to local units of government to maximize community and economic development opportunities for the benefit of all citizens.
KIRPC maintains a diverse and effective professional staff to: •assist with economic and community development through grant writing and grant administration.
115 E. Fourth St.
In 1965, the Missouri Legislature enacted the State and Regional Planning and Community Development Act. This Act, which appears as Chapter 251 of the RSMo,created the Missouri Department of Community Affairs. This Act also authorized the Governor to create regional planning commissions upon the petition of local governmental units. On October 14, 1968, Governor Warren E.
908 North Second Street
The Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District (KPEDD) is a non-profit regional economic development organization. Organized in 1988, KPEDD serves residents of the Kenai Peninsula Borough in south central Alaska by enhancing quality of life through responsible and sustainable regional economic and workforce development, including public works projects, shellfish industry development, international trade, building infrastructure and industry recruitment.
14896 Kenai Spur Highway
The Kennebec Regional Development Authority (KRDA) is the lead public economic development entity in Central Maine. Our jurisdiction stretches from Moosehead Lake to Merry Meeting Bay, and as the only state-created regional development authority we take a regional approach to business creation and investment. KRDA works closely with the Central Maine Growth Council, the lead private economic development entity in Central Maine, making us your one-stop shop for development and investment. W
46 First Park Drive
Oakland, ME 04963
KVCOG is a municipal services corporation owned and operated by and for the benefit of its members. KVCOG helps its members to deliver cost effective and efficient municipal services, to create a more stable, growing, and diversified regional economy, to improve transportation and communication, and to preserve our natural environment through conservation of resources and wise land use planning and decision-making.
17 Main Street
The Kentucky River ADD will serve as an effective leader, networking with all appropriate groups and agencies, to improve the quality of life for the District. The agency will strive to provide professional assistance, leadership and planning, for the development of services, utilizing to the fullest potential all available resources.
917 Perry Park Road