On Dec. 5 and 7, Emsi will host or take part in two community-focused webinars. The first will discuss new community insights, and the new look, from our team. The second, hosted by IEDC, will show how economic development professionals can use labor market data and economic indicators to better tell their community’s story.
Dec. 5: New Look, New Community Insights from Emsi
On Dec. 5 at 2 p.m. EST (11 a.m. PST), we’ll cover what’s new from Emsi’s economic and workforce development team and talk about our new location economics team focused on site selection and commercial real estate.
2017 has been an exciting year for us. We re-engineered Emsi Developer to make it easier to the find the data and reports you need. We launched a new Economy Overview report, with new data and infographics. We went deeper on skills and job titles with Job Posting Analytics and Workforce Insight. Our consulting team pioneered new research and studies. And we introduced our location economics team.
Join our webinar to learn about new and upcoming community insights from Emsi.
Dec. 7: Five Data Points to Help You Better Tell Your Community’s Story
It’s not just Amazon HQ2, Foxconn, and Toyota/Mazda. Every day, prospective businesses and site selectors scope out potential cities and locations, and every day communities seek to present their communities in the best light. This is one of many reasons why it is vitally important to use the right data to tell your story. Doing so increases your chances of successfully marketing and attracting new businesses and retaining and expanding existing ones.
In this free IEDC-hosted webinar on Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. EST (11 a.m. PST), Vince Giovannini, Data Scientist at CBRE Labor Analytics, and Josh Wright, Director of Economic Development at Emsi, will discuss five types of labor market and community data. Register now and learn how to showcase the strengths of your community or region and to make a compelling case to businesses.
Things you’ll take away from this webinar:
- How to visualize place-of-residence occupation data to show the talent that lives in your community but might work elsewhere
- Use cases for leveraging regional, occupation-specific unemployment data to understand workforce demand in your area
- How to effectively use educational pipeline data and transferable skills analysis to prove your available talent pool
- The best ways to quickly compare your community or region against others