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  • Using Instagram to Target Millennial Talent

    Today’s economic development market is facing a problem that is causing some EDOs hardship, that is, how do I attract new/young talent to my community? While there are many strategies out there to tackle this issue, one way that may be hard to adopt because of a generational gap, is using […]

  • The Rise of Remote Workers

    Going to work ain’t what it used to be. The office, the job, and the work itself are no longer tied to a single location for a growing segment of U.S. workers. Millions of talented people are choosing where they want to live, and either bringing their job with them, or creating their own […]

  • The Unique "Texas Style" of Economic Development is Alive & Well in 2019

    I’ve lived in Austin since 2010 and am originally from Texas – Lubbock to be exact. I’m proud to have lived 31 of my 34 years in Texas. I’ve had the privilege of working with economic development clients from California to Rhode Island, from the Mississippi Delta region to […]

  • What are the most innovative economic developers thinking about in 2019?

    Every conference has a few themes that cut across the conversations – formal and informal – among speakers and attendees. The recent IEDC Leadership Summit in Fort Lauderdale was no different.

  • Pro Bono Branding Project for NC Region

    A few months ago, Atlas was approached by the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) to participate in a pro bono branding project for southeastern North Carolina. Representing 12 counties from Fayetteville to Wilmington, southeastern North Carolina felt major impacts from hurricanes […]


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