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— Bridget Back, Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program





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Case Studies

Oklahoma Establishes Statewide Economic Development Strategy After In-Depth Data Analysis

oklahome-dept-of-commerceIn her 2013 State of the State address, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin unveiled a long-term economic development plan that focuses on wealth-generating, job-producing industries. The foundation for the statewide strategy was an exhaustive data analysis – a months-long process that was simplified using EMSI Analyst.

How Troy University Uses EMSI to Help Alabama Communities With Economic development

troy-university-clrAccess to reliable, easy-to-grasp labor market data leads to stronger decisions by local economic developers and communities. That’s one of the core tenets of the Center for International Business and Economic Development (CIBED) at Troy University in Alabama.