State Economic Development Bulletin – April 2022

  State Economic Development Bulletin Headlines: Economic Performance U.S. Economy Not Letting War, Pandemic Get in the Way of a Good Time (Reuters) Widespread Growth in Gross Domestic Product (US Bureau of Economic Analysis) Businesses Hampered by Absenteeism (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) Economic Outlook U.S. Services Sector Regains Momentum; Inflation Clouds Outlook (Reuters) […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – March 2022

  State Economic Development Bulletin Headlines: Economic Performance Economic Growth Continues Despite Uncertainty (Federal Reserve System) Economic Outlook Ukraine War Is Having Serious Human and Economic Impacts (International Monetary Fund) SEDE News Spotlight: Alicia J. Keyes – Cabinet Secretary, New Mexico Economic Development SEDE Webinars: DEI and Manufacturing Incentives Roundtable: New Findings on Remote Worker Attraction […]

State Economic Development Webinar

  Incentives Roundtable: New Findings on Remote Worker Attraction Programs April 5, 2022 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM ET As more people are able to work from – and live – anywhere, states and localities are increasingly offering incentives targeting remote workers. The move to remote and hybrid work in response to the COVID-19 pandemic […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – February 2022

  State Economic Development Bulletin Headlines: Economic Performance Unemployment Continues To Ease (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) Start-ups Slow but Still Drive Growth (U.S. Bureau of the Census) Economic Outlook Impacts of the Ukraine Crisis (Bloomberg) Wind Farms in Ocean Waters Can Be an Economic Driver (Stateline) SEDE News Spotlight: Michael Preston, Arkansas Secretary of Commerce […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – January 2022

  State Economic Development Bulletin In This Issue: Economic Performance  Nearly Every State Sees Employment Gains Over Past Year (Bureau of Labor Statistics) Businesses Continue To See Challenges (U.S. Bureau of the Census) SEDE Member Profile Don Pierson, Secretary of Louisiana Economic Development Economic Outlook Supply Chain Disruptions and Labor Shortages Temper Growth (Federal Reserve Bank) […]

State Economic Development January Webinar

  International Trade as a Component of the State’s Economic Strategy January 11, 2022 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM ET The recent supply chain challenges have spotlighted the central role that international trade plays in our state and local economies and the importance of developing a comprehensive international trade strategy. International trade is 12 percent […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – December 2021

  <!– State Economic Development Bulletin <!– <!– Latest News <!– <!– How Will New EDA Grant Funds Be Used: Identifying Priorities (SEDE Network/EDA Webinar). The State Economic Development Executives (SEDE) network in cooperation with the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) hosted a December 14, 2021, joint webinar on American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) spending […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – November 2021

  <!– State Economic Development Bulletin <!– <!– Latest News <!– <!– State Uses of Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds (National Association of State Budget Officers). The Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery (CSLFR) Funds, authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021, allocated $195.3 billion for states and the District of Columbia and […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – October 2021

  <!– State Economic Development Bulletin <!– <!– Latest News <!– <!– State Fiscal Recovery Fund Spending (National Conference of State Legislatures). The Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Funds (CSFRF) provide flexible funds to states that can be used to assist with longer term economic recovery. The CSFRF provided $195.3 billion to states and the District […]

State Economic Development Bulletin – September 2021

  <!– State Economic Development Bulletin <!– <!– Latest News <!– <!– Rethinking Industry Clusters with EDA American Rescue Plan Programs (Brookings). The way that many states and regions think about and define “target industry clusters” makes it almost impossible to act strategically. Few have set themselves up to deliver what the U.S. Economic Development […]