Some parts of the dynamic American economy are growing very rapidly, and others are shrinking just as fast. The mission of economic development should include positioning one’s region or locality to be as much as possible where the positive action is. In a place like Ulster County, so close to New York City, that shouldn’t be impossible.
That means knowing about what’s happening, where it’s happening and why it’s happening. To get from where one is to where one wants to be, a well-thought-out business strategy is needed. That strategy has to be based on real numbers, the very latest available.
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