Johnson County Economic Development Corporation (JCEDC) is proud to announce that it has joined forces with the Missouri Small Business Development Center (MOSBDC) at State Fair Community College (SFCC), as a volunteer business counseling location to provide beneficial services to area entrepreneurs and small businesses.
On June 3, 2019, Tracy Brantner, Executive Director or Johnson County Economic Development Corporation (JCEDC) received certification as an Economic Development Finance Professional (EDFP) from the National Development Council (NDC). EDFP Certification is a professional credential given to individuals who successfully complete NDC’s intensive economic development finance training series.
A comprehensive jobs bill that passed the House and Senate in closing hours may provide the means needed to fill workforce gaps by improving workforce education and training programs. Senate Bill 68 contains provisions for Fast Track, Missouri One Start, Missouri Works-Deal Closing Fund and Automotive Economic Development tools.
Johnson County Economic Development Corporation (JCEDC) is proud to assist the growth of Strive Fitness and Wellness through the JCEDC Microloan Program. Since 2006, this program has allowed JCEDC to assist many local small businesses, such as Strive, to grow and thrive. Formerly known as Strive, Women’s Fitness, the company is re-branding to Strive Fitness and Wellness with a renewed focus on overall fitness goals for people of all ages, strengths, and fitness abilities. Strive offers fitness classes, a 30-minute low-impact circuit, the latest cardio equipment, and free weights all conveniently located in Warrensburg’s Hawthorne Plaza.
(WARRENSBURG, MO) Aimee Courtaway of Johnson County Economic Development Corporation was one of 88 economic development professionals to attend the Heartland Economic Development Course (HEDC) April 22-26, 2019 in Blue Springs, Missouri. Heartland attendees receive fundamental economic development training on topics ranging from business, retention and expansion, workforce development, real estate and entrepreneurship to marketing, finance, ethics and managing economic … Read More
JCEDC SUPPORTS PROPOSITION P Following unanimous approval at the February 28, 2019 meeting of the Johnson County (MO) Economic Development Corporation (JCEDC) Board of Directors, I am pleased to offer our support of the April 2nd ballot measure Proposition P, one-half of one percent sales tax to be used for the purpose of providing funding to support current and future … Read More
JCEDC SUPPORTS PROPOSITION D Following unanimous approval at the October 2, 2018 meeting of the Johnson County Economic Development Corporation (JCEDC) Board of Directors, I am pleased to offer our support of the November 6th ballot measure Proposition D, motor fuel tax increase of 2.5 cents/gallon annually for four years beginning July 1, 2019. Currently, Missouri has the 7th largest … Read More
Pictured above, L to R: Drew Lewis, JCEDC President; Mary Beth Harper and Jeremy VanWey, U.S. Bank; Tracy Brantner, JCEDC Executive Director FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact: Aimee Courtaway, JCEDC (660) 747-0244 email@example.com U.S. BANK LONGTIME SUPPORTER OF JOHNSON COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (Warrensburg, MO) Mary Beth Harper and Jeremy VanWey, representatives of U.S. Bank presented a $3,000 check … Read More
FROM: Sue Sterling, Daily Star Journal Staff WARRENSBURG – Consultants from Ady Advantage presented a report Wednesday on the strategic plan developed for the Johnson County Economic Development Corp. to guide the agency and community in economic development efforts in the future slot88. Some 70 community leaders attended the luncheon and mid-day presentation at Players Restaurant where Janet Ady, president … Read More
From: Missouri Department of Economic Development The Missouri Department of Economic Development announces that Dollar Tree has cut the ribbon on its one million square foot distribution facility in Warrensburg, Missouri. This ribbon cutting comes on the heels of an April 2017 announcement of Dollar Tree’s plans to invest $110 million and create 375 new jobs by 2020. “Warrensburg is a … Read More