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    • Accelerating economic development innovation with four USDA champion ... 

      Wilkins, Joy Lea (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-06-22)
    • Aiken, South Carolina: Strategizing One Step at a Time 

      Wilkins, Joy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000-08)
      In 1997, the National Civic League dubbed Aiken an "All American City," an honor it shared with nine other cities across the nation. This is quite an achievement for a community that experienced significant job loss during ...
    • Benchmarking Excellence Among Accredited Economic Development Organizations 

      Wilkins, Joy; King, Dana; Garvey, Blair; Lytle, Andrea (Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute, 2009-05)
      In search of competitive excellence, economic developers often ask for guidance and assistance on key enterprise management and operational issues relating to running a quality economic development program. They are ...
    • Benchmarking Quality Management Among Accredited Economic Development Organizations 

      Wilkins, Joy; Aton, Carol (Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute, 2006)
      In search of competitive excellence, economic developers often ask for guidance and assistance on key enterprise management and operational issues relating to running a quality economic development program. They re interested ...
    • Building Consensus on the Role of Clean Energy and Clean Tech 

      Detchon, Reid; Hakes, Jay (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-04-18)
      Clean Energy and Clean Technology continue to play increasingly significant roles in meeting future energy needs as evidenced by the growth of numerous markets across the US and globally. As an example, in 2011 worldwide ...
    • Building the Next Workforce: Georgia Discussion Forums 

      Wilkins, Joy; Brown, Mac (Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Georgia, 2007-06)
      Workforce development was widely viewed by stakeholders across Georgia as an area of critical challenges and opportunities for the state that must be addressed. The future workforce – the state’s youth - was widely ...
    • Building Your Clean Tech Company in the South 

      Pate, Player; Quinlan, Paul; Coker, Anthony A. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-03-28)
      The world is increasingly flat in Clean Technology. While local and regional markets exist for Clean Tech, national and international markets contain key drivers that impact market acceptance and economic viability that ...
    • Chamblee, Georgia: Home Grown Industries and the New Faces of the Entrepreneurs 

      Wilkins, Joy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000-08)
      When Kodak and other Fortune 500 companies closed their plants in Chamblee, Georgia, it devastated the small city's economy. Chamblee began a process of "asset-based community development," but fell short of identifying ...
    • Clean Energy As a Driver for Cooperation and Global Growth 

      Barker, Gregory Leonard George; Sweeney, Fionnuala (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-05-10)
      On May 10, 2012 UK Government Minister Gregory Barker MP was interviewed by CNN International anchor Fionnuala Sweeney. Clean Energy and Clean Technology are established global markets with excellent prospects for future ...
    • Closing Keynotes [2014 Southeast Regional Life Sciences Startup Accelerator] 

      Arkilic, Errol; Collins, Julie; Herron, Lee (2014-10-22)
    • Columbus, Georgia: Civilian-Military Relationships Spawn Economic Development 

      Wilkins, Joy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999-09)
      As the 1990s approached, Columbus, Georgia knew that military base realignments and closures were about to happen. Rather than wait for the U.S. Department of Defense to make its decision, the Columbus Chamber of Commerce ...
    • Conference on Emergency Response Contracting Opportunities for Georgia Businesses 

      Dawson, Charlie; Wright, Annette; Farley, Hugh; Kelkenberg, Kelvin J.; Doumkos, Terry; Woods, James; Hansen, Jake; Navesky, Peter; Stallings, Kevin; Reddy, Shyam; Schadl, Chuck (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-06-21)
    • Creating a Technology Commercialization Ecosystem at Georgia Tech 

      Fleming, Stephen (2007-06-14)
      Georgia Tech is one of the nation's leading universities in creating startups and industrial licenses based on our research. This presentation is an overview of how the Enterprise Innovation Institute focuses state and ...
    • Cullman, Alabama: Industrial Speculative Building Program Diversifies Economic Base 

      Wilkins, Joy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999-09)
      Prior to the 1980s, Cullman, Alabama was an agriculture town with a significant portion of its manufacturing base in poultry production. Today, Cullman continues to lead Alabama in poultry production, but also has a ...
    • Cummings Research Park: A Critical Mass of High Technology Industries 

      Wilkins, Joy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999-09)
      In 1962, Cummings Research Park, located west of downtown Huntsville, Alabama, was formed as a 150-acre joint development of the University of Alabama in Huntsville Foundation and Milton K. Cummings, then-president ...
    • Customers / Users / Payers 

      Freet, Paul (2016-01-27)
      Who's the customer? User? Payer? How are they different? Why do they buy? How can you reach them? How is a business customer different from a consumer? What's a multi-sided market? What's segmentation? What's an archetype?
    • Economic Development and the Clean Economy 

      Pollin, Robert; Brown, Marilyn A.; Porzecanski, Roberto (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-01-25)
      According to “Sizing the Clean Economy” by the Brookings Institution: The clean economy, which employs some 2.7 million workers, encompasses a significant number of jobs in establishments spread across a diverse group ...
    • Electric Vehicles and the Grid 

      King, Thomas J. (Tom); Echols, Ben; Lomangino, Paul F. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-04-27)
      Consumer adoption of Electric Vehicles (EVs) in the United States is anticipated to be significant and rapid. In fact, some prognosticators compare it to the roll-out of air conditioning. While possibly overstated in terms ...
    • Energy and economic development in the southeast 

      Wilkins, Joylea Schaefer; Hopkins, Leigh Ann; Youtie, Jan; Galewski, Nancy (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-09-01)
    • Enterprise Innovation Institute Annual Report 2009 

      Georgia Institute of Technology. Enterprise Innovation Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009)
      Reflecting on the years’ successes while paving the path for the future.