We Can’t Buy It – Let’s Build It!

Written by Randall Lawton

In the drive to create economic dynamism, our community clearly missed the early technology and start-up entrepreneurial thrust. As we watched early technology innovators on the West and East coasts, it became obvious we were missing opportunities, and our local economy was falling behind. However, when the right infrastructure components are put in place and executed effectively, the economic dynamism of communities thrives. Greater Green Bay now has the infrastructure and the mental model to take some giant steps. [Link to full article We Can’t Buy It – Let’s Build It]

Journey to Greater Green Bay: Report to the Community on Economic Development – Full Report (2016)

Written by Natalie Bomstad, Randall Lawton, Judy Nagel, Tom Schumacher and Others

Economic development relies on geographic, political and economic interdependence. Alignment of those sectors is the goal. Four objectives include a growing, sustainable economy; high quality economic and employment opportunities; alignment of education and employment; and a perception of distinction. Full report. [Click Journey to Greater Green Bay: Report to the Community on Economic Development – Full Report (2016) to read the full report or click Journey to Green Bay Executive Summary (2016) for the executive summary.]