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As part of IPA's 2017 Delaware Institute for Local Government Leaders, city officials from across the state gathered to discuss the role of local governments in statewide economic development. As part of the institute, a guest panel consisting of City of Milford Mayor Bryan Shupe, City of Seaford Economic Development Manager Trisha Newcomber, and City of Wilmington Mayor's Office of Economic Development Deputy Director Alfred Lance provided insights and strategies on improving small business development across the state.
If you or your organization grapples with questions like these, the Institute for Public Administration (IPA) can help. IPA provides data-driven research and analysis, strategic planning, and training services to support the economic development efforts of governments, business groups, and community stakeholders across Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic region.
Harnessing the resources of the University of Delaware and partnerships with leading economic development organizations, IPA works on projects of all sizes and can assemble the expertise necessary to deliver you the products you need on the time schedule that works for you.
For more information about Economic Development at the Institute for Public Administration, contact Troy Mix.
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