Posts Tagged ‘Quincy’

  • GREDF Launch 2020 Strategic Plan

    February 2nd, 2017 | Featured, News

    GUIDING PRINCIPLES The GREDF strategic plan should guide the Board of Directors, staff, committees and stakeholders for a period of three years with a goal of increasing the impact of GREDF on the region by 2020. It serves as a blueprint for Board policy decisions, guiding the organization’s investment in economic development initiatives, programs and […]


  • 2015 Annual Meeting in Review

    January 16th, 2015 | Featured, News, Uncategorized

    Opportunities Ahead January 14, 2015Oakley-Lindsay CenterDan Henke, Chairman of the Board [Click here to view the Prezi, including videos, that accompanied this speech.] This has been a year of action for GREDF and our region. Last year at this meeting, we introduced our new strategic plan to you. The plan was designed as a road […]


  • Survey Says… 2nd Annual Business Survey Results

    September 16th, 2014 | Featured, News

    2nd Annual Business Survey Results Reveal Pattern in Region’s Strengths The Survey was conducted by GREDF in partnership with City of Quincy and Adams County. Quincy and Adams County, Illinois… 62 individuals and organizations responded to the 2014 online survey conducted by the Great River Economic Development Foundation in partnership with theCity of Quincy and […]


  • Workforce Development Update

    December 11th, 2013 | Featured, News

    Community leaders and stakeholders are making progress on developing a shared vision for workforce development in the Adams County region. You may recall that in April of this year, more than 40 area leaders gathered to discuss workforce issues and create a platform for continued collaboration. Much work has been done since that time to […]


  • GREDF President Talks Critical Issues During Washington, D.C. Trip

    August 7th, 2013 | Featured, News

    Mr. Wagner Goes to Washington The recent trip to Washington, DC, for the Congressman Aaron Schock Fly-In was a very productive event for GREDF and our region. Mayor Kyle Moore, Amy Looten, Executive Director of the Quincy Area Chamber of Commerce, and GREDF’s own Marcel Wagner traveled together and had the opportunity to discuss important issues facing […]