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BR&E Program Now in Ten Communities

Thursday, June 11, 2015   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Elizabeth Peters
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Business Retention and Expansion Manager Nick Harville announced today that SEDCOR is now working with ten different communities in Marion, Polk and Yamhill County to deploy the organization's Business Retention & Expansion program, or BR&E. 

The new multi-year initiative gives communities the framework and technical research to effectively create their own economic development plans. The program, endorsed by the International Economic Development Council, was launched in 2014 by Strategic Economic Development Corporation.

BR&E brings together business leaders, local government and education officials, professional economic developers and interested citizens to systematically create a plan for the benefit of existing local businesses and the community.


“I think the best outcome will be building relationships between community leaders and our local businesses,” said Keith D. Campbell, City Administrator for the City of Stayton, Oregon.


Read a complete description of SEDCOR's BR&E program here.

For more information about the Mid-Willamette Valley business retention & expansion initiative, contact Nick Harville at 503-837-1804 or

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