Alissa DeJonge, CERC’s Vice President of Research welcomes Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, the Director of the New England Public Policy Center at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston to discuss the findings in the latest research reported in, “The Growing Shortage of Affordable Housing for the Extremely Low Income in Massachusetts.”
Are you struggling with communications styles among your colleagues and/or partners?
Are you confused with the best method to communicate with your audience?
Are you unsure if your marketing pitch is attracting the right clients?
In this episode of CERCONOMY, Courtney Hendricson and Kristi Sullivan share highlights from a recent Connecticut Conference of Municipalities workshop on using the DISC profile for better communications and marketing effectiveness.
CERC coordinates and hosts visits by companies evaluating Connecticut as a potential location, and in this episode of CERCONOMY, Erron Smith and Jessica Inacio of the Business Recruitment team, discuss takeaways from a recent visit and what considerations the company leaders had - from the availability of assets and support ecosystem to the quality of life offered by the local community.
In this episode of CERCONOMY, Beth Wallace, CERC's Director of Business Services is joined by Commissioner Michelle H. Seagull of the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection to discuss the mission and breadth of services that the department provides.
In this episode of CERCONOMY, and as a follow-up on his recent blog post, CERC Municipal Services Consultant Kevin Bielmeier shares a recap of the Connecticut Conference on Tourism, and the major economic impacts that the industry provides for the state. Kevin showcases the work being done in Clinton, Connecticut, and how the town is approaching their tourism and hospitality industries as strategic drivers of local economic development.
With the 2019 Travelers Championship kicking off tournament play today, CERC’s Vice President of Research, Alissa DeJonge, welcomes guest Nathan Grube, the Tournament Director, to uncover interesting facts and statistics about Connecticut’s largest sporting event.
Many towns and cities are redeveloping their brands - to better define their uniqueness, and to attract and retain residents and businesses - and in this episode, Kristi Sullivan, CERC’s Vice President of Marketing is joined by Liz Panke, an award-winning designer, and partner on a number of rebranding projects for CERC’s municipal clients.
Being on the front lines of the business recruitment efforts, and champions of Connecticut, Erron Smith and Jessica Inacio of CERC's Business Recruitment team, are always thinking about the factors that the companies look at when considering relocating - or establishing a business - here in the state.
Courtney Hendricson, Vice President of Municipal Services, and Alissa DeJonge, Vice President of Research sat down to share trends and findings from an economic outlook recently presented for the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities.
In this episode, Alissa DeJonge, Vice President of Research is joined by Mia Ying, CERC's Research Analyst to share recent research conducted on the Northeast states for a presentation given at the Merge Conference held by the Society for Marketing Professional Services.