C2ER/LMI Institute Weekly Update – July 22, 2021

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  July 22, 2021 In This Issue Feature 19 Days Left to Register – Data Visualization with Tableau  Featured Event Data Visualization with Tableau Data Visualization US Coronavirus Vaccine Tracker Feature 19 Days Left to Register! Data Visualization with Tableau Virtual, instructor led training August 10, 12, 17, 19, 2021 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM […]

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C2ER/LMI Institute Weekly Update – July 15, 2021

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July 15, 2021 In This Issue Feature Data Visualization with Tableau  Featured Event Basic LMI Analyst Instructor Led Training Data Visualization Census Bureau – Business Formation Statistics Feature Data Visualization with Tableau Virtual, instructor led training August 10, 12, 17, 19, 2021 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET Analyzing big data using charts and images […]

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Join a C2ER Board Committee – Make a Difference

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C2ER is looking for people* to join our 2021-2022 C2ER Board Committees Help guide and shape the future of C2ER by getting involved in one of these ten committees: Annual Conference/Forum Committee  Certified Economic Research Professional Certification Committee  Cost of Living Advisory Committee  Data Advocacy Committee  Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee Marketing & Membership Benefits […]

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2021 COLI County is now available!

2021 COLI County is now available! The Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER) just released the latest issue of the COLI County level index. Recently, C2ER made this publication an optional member benefit to expand our growing network, and allow COLI County purchasers a way to gain remote access and more easily renew! About […]

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C2ER/ LMI Institute Weekly Update

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July 8, 2021 In This Issue Feature Get Involved With C2ER Featured Event Data Visualization with Tableau Data Visualization The History of 6+ Magnitude Earthquakes in years 1900-2013 Feature Get Involved With C2ER C2ER is looking for people* to join our 2021-2022 C2ER Board Committees. Help guide and shape the future of C2ER by getting […]

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BR|E Summer Challenge Kicks Off

  BR|E Summer Challenge Has Kicked Off… …..But It’s Not Too Late to Join In Be one of 100 geographically dispersed organizations conducting confidential and secure interviews generating the executive responses needed to set solid post-COVID BR|E benchmarks for the critical existing business and community support issues. To learn the Synchronist system and ensure we […]

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C2ER/LMI Institute Weekly Update – July 1, 2021

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  July 1, 2021 In This Issue Feature Neal Young Elected Board Chair for the Council for Community and Economic Research  Featured Event Data Visualization with Tableau Data Visualization Mapping Inequality: Redlining in New Deal America Feature Neal Young Elected Board Chair for the Council for Community and Economic Research Neal Young has been elected […]

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C2ER/LMI Institute Weekly Update – 06/24/2021

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June 24, 2021 In This Issue Feature State Incentive Program Trends: Broadband Expansion Featured Event Nation Business Retention and Expansion (BR|E) Summer Challenge Data Visualization Citylab MapLab: The High Cost of Wide Streets  Features State Incentive Program Trends: Broadband Expansion To ensure equitable access to broadband internet and spur economic development in underserved communities, many […]

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How Does Your BR|E Compare?

Why Settle for a Snapshot When You Could See the Whole Picture? Get involved with the National Business Retention and Expansion Benchmarking Summer Challenge! What are we doing? We are confidentially and securely collecting information from business executives to measure the impact of COVID on businesses and communities operations and growth. What do you get? […]

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State Incentive Program Trends: Broadband Expansion

To ensure equitable access to broadband internet and spur economic development in underserved communities, many states offer incentive programs to for-profit businesses, local governments, and/or non-profit organizations to expand broadband internet access throughout the state. The incentives can take a variety of forms. Some states offer specific tax credits relating to broadband infrastructure development, like […]

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