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    2nd Annual Quincy & Adams County Business Survey

    Economic development is not an endeavor of a single person, or even a single organization. Successful economic development is a collaborative and aggressive process. That’s where you come in.  Together with our partners at the City of Quincy and Adams County, GREDF invites you to fill out this short, 15-question survey to help us gauge […]

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  • 2014 Strategic Plan Cover

    Strategic Plan Mid-Year Update

    How are we doing?2014 Strategic Plan Mid-Year Update It’s been 6 months since we unveiled the GREDF Strategic Plan. The plan is a guide for the Board of Directors, staff, committees and stakeholders and serves as a blueprint for Board policy decisions, guiding the organization’s investment in economic development initiatives, programs and projects. The plan […]

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  • Maggie Strong, Great River Economic Development Foundation Marketing & PR Project Manager

    Strong Named GREDF Vice President

    The Board of Directors of the Great River Economic Development Foundation (GREDF) along with GREDF president Marcel Wagner, today announced that Maggie Strong has been appointed Vice President of the organization. Effective June 16, 2014, Strong’s primary focus as a part of GREDF’s executive team will be marketing and communications, as well as membership. Strong […]

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