The Research Triangle Regional Partnership (RTRP) is a business-driven, public-private partnership dedicated to keeping the 13-county Research Triangle Region economically competitive through business, government and educational collaboration. RTRP comprises economic development agencies across the region, who work with the N.C. Department of Commerce and a wide range of partners to market the 13-county region for new investment and direct strategic efforts to ensure the region remains economically competitive.
The Economic Development Council for Central Illinois, Inc. (EDC) is a 501(c) 6 non-profit regional public-private partnership for local business and community growth, supported by Peoria, Tazewell, and Woodford counties, multiple municipalities, and various businesses. It was created by the private sector to foster economic growth within the Central Illinois region. By capitalizing on business expertise, the organization enhances the local economy through targeted financial services, technical assistance, dissemination of critical economic data, and regional marketing.
The Central Arkansas Planning and Development District (CAPDD) is the link between community, government, and industry in Central Arkansas. Established in 1968, CAPDD is a non-profit, multi-county, multi-purpose, and multi-funded planning and development organization serving Lonoke, Prairie, Monroe, Faulkner, Pulaski and Saline Counties. We provide many services that help improve communities economically, as well as ecologically. These services include:
The Arrowhead Regional Development Commission (ARDC) is a multi-disciplined planning and development organization whose jurisdiction encompasses the Northeast Minnesota counties of Aitkin, Carlton, Cook, Itasca, Koochiching, Lake, and St. Louis. The mission of ARDC is to serve the people of the Arrowhead Region by providing local units of government and citizens groups a means to work cooperatively in identifying needs, solving problems and fostering local leadership.
We're an innovative public economic development agency working to support a vibrant, growing economy across Massachusetts. Our strength stems from partnerships and industry insights. We develop meaningful collaborations across industry, academia and government which serve as powerful catalysts, turning good ideas into economic opportunity. Through our Innovation Institute and major divisions, the Massachusetts eHealth Institute and the Massachusetts Broadband Institute, MassTech is fostering innovation and helping shape a vibrant economy.
The Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast is an innovative, countywide, public-private not-for-profit partnership between the Brevard County Commission and the Space Coast business community. Business leaders, chambers of commerce, local and state government leaders, and community organizations contribute to the overall mission of the EDC.
Three Rivers Planning and Development District, Inc. (Three Rivers) is a private, non-profit organization formed by local government entities and business leaders to promote overall economic development, foster responsible short- and long-term community planning, and aid general civic, social, and economic development. Three Rivers promotes, administers, and interprets a wide variety of programs that fall under the jurisdiction
Since its creation, ECICOG has become recognized as an ideal vehicle for addressing planning issues that require a regional perspective. Cities and counties benefit from the assistance of our staff in their efforts to promote community and economic development, improve housing stock in the region, manage solid waste, and meet the transportation needs of the area.
Southern Iowa Council of Governments (SICOG) is an organization that provides and coordinates community and economic development services through the delivery of planning services, technical program assistance, and grantsmanship. SICOG's mission is to be an active voluntary council of local governments and community leaders working together to enhance the quality of life for the people in the SICOG region in south central Iowa, which includes Adair, Adams, Clarke, Decatur, Madison, Ringgold, Taylor and Union Counties.