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Daryl Phillips, CEcD, EDFP
I work as an economic developer consulting with communities and companies developing locations, building communities and identifying and developing workforce. However, my opinions on this blog are free and my own, as is the blog itself.
I am a member of International Economic Development Council, Southern Economic Development Council, Tennessee Economic Development Council and International Council of Shopping Centers.
I have earned over 20 years experience in economic and workforce development. I have earned and maintain the designation of Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) from International Economic Development Council (IEDC), the Economic Development Finance Professional (EDFP) certification from National Development Council. I have earned a Master of Business Administration from Tennessee Technological University.
- 2017 IEDC Annual Conference
- Dove hunting season or shooting for tourism growth
- Disaster and Disruption Planning for Communities and Companies
- I put a dollar in a change machine and I didn’t get it
- Workforce development for advanced manufacturing in the Cheatham County region
- Cheatham County May 2017 unemployment rate lowest in nearly 2 decades
- 2017 Tennessee Economic and Community Development Conference
- Tennessee Reconnect: Help for adults to go back to college
- How do you measure your workforce?
- The It’s a Wonderful Life EDO
- Why Invest in Economic Development
- Tennessee Rural Economic Development Conference
- A post with economic development tied to a haiku, it’s true!
- Right turn on LOCAL CITIZENS WHO SUPPORT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STREET
- Happy Pi day!!!
- Business Succession Planning
- Resources for Business in Cheatham County, Tennessee 2017
- Economic Development Training for Local Leaders
- Nashville area ranks as one of the best places to live
- Cheatham County, Tennessee Development and Permitting Informational Guide
- Prepare to be Googled
- 2017 Tennessee Governor’s Conference on Economic & Community Development
- Business disaster planning creates community economic resiliency
- Cheatham County Region Resilience: ready for economic stress
- 2017 Tennessee Rural Development Conference
- Strike a pose…
- More additional direct flights from Nashville International Airport
- Happy New Year!!!
- George Bailey, Economic Developer
- No one goes downtown anymore, it’s too crowded
Category Archives: Plätze für Fabriken mit Qualitätsarbeitskräften
This week, I was compiling some recently released data for Cheatham County and the other 94 counties in Tennessee. The 2016 U.S. Census Bureau Population Estimates by County and Labor Force Estimates for Tennessee were released in the past few … Continue reading
UBS, one of the world’s largest banking and financial services companies, announced today that the company will invest $36.5 million and create 1,000 new jobs in Tennessee, specifically in downtown Nashville. “Expanding our presence in Nashville is the right business … Continue reading
A quality of place item: a featured article and photos on National Geographic.com show the abundance of life in one cubic foot of the Duck River, one of the most biodiverse waterways in the United States. As beautiful as it … Continue reading
I am still not sure if the Minnie Pearl statue that was spirited away to a hotel in Linden (USA Today article) will be returning to the downtown Centerville public square, but she would and you definitely will be pleasantly … Continue reading
In a recent article on BusinessWeek.com, titled “The Pros of Planting Startups in Smaller Cities“, the case is made for smaller communities such as those in Hickman County, Tennessee. With quality of place and a welcome mat for even small … Continue reading
Yesterday I finished reading The Little Black Book of Economic Development by Don Allen Holbrook, CEcD. The Little Black Book of Economic Development is a thought provoking evaluation of the current state of economic development and an examination of how … Continue reading
Governor Phil Bredesen is leading a group to Germany to recruit Volkswagen suppliers. A troop of 41 representatives of state and local government and business leaders were invited to travel with Governor Bredesen, according to NashvillePost.com. However, there are many … Continue reading