Economic Alliance Snohomish County is committed to an economic model that suggest a vibrant, regional economy is dependent on an educated and skilled workforce, and effective and efficient multimodal transportation and utilities infrastructure, and a competitive business environment to support key regional industries, innovation start-ups and entrepreneurs.
Individually, these three initiatives create and support short-term jobs. However, when integrated they function as an economic ecosystem spurring innovation, sustaining vibrant communities and supporting businesses of all shapes and sizes which create jobs for tomorrow.
WORKFORCE + INFRASTRUCTURE + BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT = JOBS
The goal of our advocacy work is to provide the resources and policy environment necessary to support these three goals. Drawing on the knowledge of our Trustees, Industry & Resource Development Board, Community Affairs & Small Business Development Board and other experts, the Advocacy Board meets quarterly to review strategy and discuss actions necessary to achieve these goals.
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For more information about EASC’s Advocacy program, our priorities, or how your company can get involved with the Advocacy Board, please contact Patrick Pierce, Public Policy Director at 425.248.4228 or email@example.com.