Civic Economics debuts economical, efficient Research & Advisory Services
CHICAGO – APRIL 1, 2003 Civic Economics is pleased to introduce RESEARCH & ADVISORY SERVICES, a new service meeting the needs of economic development organizations nationwide.
The information age has arrived. While small town and big city economic development organizations may have access to much of the same data, burgeoning expectations have created an unintended divide between the "haves" and the "have-nots." Often, smaller economic development agencies lack the staff, software resources, and other materials to distill, condense, and render useful the wealth of available information.
To meet this growing need, Civic Economics is pleased to announce RESEARCH & ADVISORY SERVICES, allowing economic development practitioners to access the resources of the firm as their own. It is easier and more economical than an in-house research department.
You receive countless inquiries every week, from prospects, board members, the public, the press. Which ones can you afford to ignore?
Civic Economics RESEARCH & ADVISORY SERVICES are retainer-based, meaning you purchase a block of time up front. Once your board has authorized the purchase, we are on call for you, providing the research and analysis support your competitors already possess. Each time you call upon our services, we simply draw down your account of hours. And, with each request, we will work with you to determine the amount of time you'd like us to expend, the deliverables you need, and when you need them.
You cannot afford to concede any advantage. Make the most of every opportunity for your community.
Best of all, you will be working with Civic Economics, a leading provider of economic development analysis and strategic planning services. With offices in Austin and Chicago, Civic Economics delivers services nationwide, providing communities, businesses, and civic organizations with the tools to achieve sustainable prosperity. The partners of Civic Economics are experienced and well regarded throughout the nation and are a favorite media resource for their ability to produce meaningful data, and thoughtful insight on a tight deadline.
For more information about Civic Economics RESEARCH & ADVISORY SERVICES, please visit us online at www.CivicEconomics.com, or contact:
MATT CUNNINGHAM, Partner
Related Link: http://www.civiceconomics.com/html/research.html
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Posted April 1, 2003
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