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North Little Rock, Arkansas Innovation Center Gets $1M Economic Development Grant

The U.S. Economic Development Administration has awarded a $1 million grant to the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub’s Argenta Innovation Center project in downtown North Little Rock, AR.

Arkansas Innovation Hub

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The Innovation Center in the Argenta Arts District is an important North Little Rock economic development project that has been in the works for over a year after the historic building’s renovation was kicked off last year.

It was until now being developed by the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub with state and federal funding provided by the Arkansas Economic Development Commission and the Delta Regional Authority. The new EDA investment will help them complete the final phase of the renovation project.

The Innovation Center was placed in this new downtown North Little Rock location because it is promotes the blended environment where technology meets a vibrant culture scene in a historic area filled with art galleries and cafes. The project was modeled on the New Orleans Idea Village concept.

The Innovation Center already has put in place three of four planned programs, including the Launch Pad, STEAM Lab, and The Art Connection. The latter seeks to develop leadership and innovation among high-school students through the visual arts.

The STEAM Lab offers classroom and laboratory space for STEM pursuits, and The Launch Pad is a maker space offering cutting-edge equipment and technology.

The last phase of renovation, funded by the EDA grant, includes establishing The Silver Mine entrepreneurship resource center. It will include co-working space, startup acceleration and incubation support for new startups and growing business enterprises.

The Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub will use the rest of the EDA grant to purchase the historic building.

U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Matt Erskine said in a release announcing the grant award that EDA’s investment will help redevelop a 1920s-era building to serve as the Argenta Innovation Center. Erskine added that it will provide critical education, training, prototyping, and startup training to boost entrepreneurial opportunities in Arkansans.

Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub Executive Director Warwick Sabin said in the release that they are tremendously grateful for this support from the U.S. Economic Development Administration. Sabin noted that the grant demonstrates confidence in the model they have created to support entrepreneurship, and added that it also establishes Arkansas as a center for innovative programming in talent and enterprise development.

The Argenta Innovation Hub is already attracting attention as the location for events such as the inaugural Arkansas Manufacturing Innovation Summit, and the North Little Rock Mini Maker Faire, the first such fair in Central Arkansas.

Gov. Hogan to Sign 10 Maryland Economic Development Bills

Governor Larry Hogan will today sign into law 10 Maryland economic development bills for everything from renaming the state’s economic development agency to a Tesla bill, an Uber bill, better government services, and pilot programs aimed at assisting students with higher education and apprenticeships.

Maryland Statehouse

Maryland Statehouse

In a release announcing plans for the bill signing, Gov. Hogan said that the bills all address ways to improve the state’s business climate and make it easier for Maryland’s hardworking men and women to thrive and succeed.

Here’s a summary of the 10 bills that will be signed into law.

HB 943 – This bill renames the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development (DBED) to the Department of Economic Competitiveness and Commerce. It also creates an Office of the Secretary of Commerce within the Office of the Governor.

HB 942 – This bill establishes the Apprenticeship Maryland program as a two-year pilot program to assist students preparing to enter the workforce.

SB 816 – This bill establishes the Maryland Higher Education Outreach and College Access Pilot Program. This pilot aims to find out if more low-income Maryland high school students can be encouraged to attend and succeed in college.

HB 235 – Also known as the Tesla bill, this bill would allow Tesla to directly sell vehicles in Maryland through its own showroom. Specifically, the bill authorizes manufacturers or distributors dealing only in electric or nonfossil-fuel-burning vehicles to be licensed as vehicle dealers.

SB 868 – Also known as the Uber bill, this bill authorizes the establishment of transportation network services in Maryland.

HB 846 – This bill seeks to create a program within the MD Motor Vehicle Administration to assist veterans and military members transitioning into civilian life obtain a commercial driver’s license.

HB 941 – This bill calls for the establishment of a task force to make recommendations regarding economic development activities and research hiring and procurement rules for facilitating technology transfer.

HB 940 – This bill establishes the State Customer Service and Business Development Efforts Training Program with the aim of improving customer service provided by MD state agencies to businesses and customers.

HB 939 – This bill establishes the Advisory Council on the Impact of Regulations on Small Business within DBED, or the soon-to-be Department of Economic Competitiveness and Commerce.

HB 164 – This bill seeks to limit the amount of a bond that small businesses would have to post in order to proceed with a verdict or appeal.

Skilled Workforce, KY Economic Development Incentives Secure Elizabethtown Expansion by Hendrickson

Hendrickson USA, LLC, a manufacturer of heavy-duty vehicle suspension systems and components, announced plans for a second phase expansion during the ribbon-cutting of its new manufacturing facility in the T.J. Patterson Industrial Park in Elizabethtown, KY.


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Supported by Kentucky and Elizabethtown economic development incentives, the company had announced in January last year that they would be investing $20 million for building a 100,000-square-foot manufacturing plant that would create 75 direct new jobs.

With this facility now open, Hendrickson wants to double its investment with another $19 million for constructing a 50,000-square-foot building adjacent to their new plant. As part of this second phase expansion, Hendrickson will hire at least 21 more employees for its Elizabethtown operations.

Hendrickson chose the Hardin County site in the first place because their facility is highly automated and the area offers a skilled workforce, training programs and a central location.

The T.J. Patterson Industrial Park is located just minutes from the interstate, and is one of the two premier shovel-ready sites in the area developed by the Elizabethtown Hardin County Industrial Foundation. The other one is the CSX Certified Glendale Megasite, a shovel-ready, 1551-acre building site with direct access to I-65 and CSX railroad tracks.

Hendrickson’s Elizabethtown operations will manufacture products that will be supplied to the company’s operations in nearby states.

Governor Steve Beshear said in a release announcing the expansion that the fact that Hendrickson just arrived in Etown and is already expanding is a true testament to the company’s global success and to Kentucky’s highly skilled workforce.

Hendrickson’s Trailer Commercial Vehicle Systems Vice President Perry Bahr said in the release that they are pleased to announce that Hendrickson is once again expanding operations in Kentucky, and added that their team members in Kentucky have demonstrated outstanding work ethics, dedication and loyalty.

To secure the original project, the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority (KEDFA) had approved $1.55 million in tax incentives through the Kentucky Business Investment program. Hendrickson was additionally offered Elizabethtown economic development incentives that included a property tax abatement and fee refunds.

For this new expansion, KEDFA has once again approved tax incentives of up to $1.95 million.

Elizabethtown Mayor Edna Berger said in the release that they are looking forward to this expansion and want the company to know that the city is available to support and assist them as they continue to grow in Elizabethtown.

Itasca, IL-based Hendrickson is a global manufacturer and supplier of suspension and axle systems, springs, stabilizers, bumper and trim components for heavy-duty vehicles. The company already has two other Kentucky facilities in Somerset and Lebanon that together employ nearly 700 Kentuckians, in addition to the 96 jobs the company is creating in Elizabethtown.

Missouri Pauses IBM Incentives Over Layoffs

The State of Missouri has suspended incentives for the IBM technology service delivery center project in Columbia, MO, apparently owing to layoffs at the center earlier this year in January.


IBM (photo – ChrisDag/flickr)

IBM had first announced the project back in May 2010, and said at that time that they expected to create 800 high-tech jobs at the facility.The center provides IT services to IBM’s U.S. and global clients.

IBM worked with a range of local and state officials, agencies and regional partners on the project, including the Missouri Department of Economic Development, the Missouri Partnership and the Regional Economic Development, Inc.

In order to secure the project, IBM was offered a package of incentives totaling over $30 million. This included $8.6 million through the Missouri BUILD program and another $14.7 million in Quality Jobs program incentives. The latter is tied to job creation commitments.

The state also agreed to provide IBM up to $4.2 million in New Jobs Training funding, plus $412,500 under the Employee Recruitment and Referral Savings program, and another $300,000 under the Customized Training program.

Columbia economic development assistance for the project included the building at 2810 LeMone Industrial Blvd, which the city renovated and leased to IBM at $1 per year on a 10-year lease.

IBM seemed to be going in the right direction in terms of its job creation commitments, having created more than 500 jobs by the end of 2012. The number of jobs at the facility exceeded 600 in early 2014.

But the company then initiated nationwide job cuts. In Jan 2015, they let go an undisclosed number of employees at the Columbia center as a part of the plan. Following this round of layoffs, the state requested IBM to submit an updated status on the employee count to determine whether the project was still eligible to continue receiving incentives.

All told, IBM has already received more than $10 million in incentives across all the programs. After IBM submitted the report earlier this month, the BUILD incentives for the project were suspended. The other approved incentives for the project are not an issue because they’re tied to job creation.

Factoring in all of this, the IBM center is still a solid win for Columbia and Missouri. An IBM facility with nearly 500 high-tech jobs is a big deal in Boone County, where the average annual wage is a lot less .than what IBM is paying.

Besides, the layoffs had nothing to do with the caliber of the workforce in Columbia or other local or regional factors. It would be in Columbia and Missouri’s own interest to show support for Big Blue, and hope that the company is able to meet its job creation commitments soon.

Economic Development Administration to Lead US Cluster Collaboration With EU

The U.S. Department of Commerce has signed an agreement with the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (DG GROWTH) that aims to facilitate transatlantic linkages between U.S. and EU clusters.


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The Commerce Department’s contribution to this effort will be led by the U.S. Economic Development Administration and the International Trade Administration.

EDA and ITA will be working with DG GROWTH to make it easier for clusters and their member businesses in the U.S. and EU to form strategic partnerships across the Atlantic. Specifically, the Cooperation Arrangement between Commerce and DG GROWTH calls for the following:

– A joint cluster platform that allows exchange of information between the U.S. Cluster Mapping and Registry project and the European Cluster Collaboration Platform websites;

– Encourage clusters, cluster businesses and supporting organizations to register on these cluster mapping platforms in order to attract strategic partners from across the Atlantic;

– Conduct outreach in both the United States and EU about the benefits of cluster cooperation, and the available opportunities for it;

– Share best practices on supporting development and growth of clusters; and

– Organize networking and matchmaking at events and trade shows.

The $1 trillion in annual two-way trade between the U.S. and the EU supports around 13 million jobs on both sides combined. The transatlantic investment flow that is nearing $4 trillion directly supports four million jobs and millions of additional indirect jobs.

Annual R&D investment flows across the Atlantic between the U.S. and the EU account for more than $60 billion. The millions of people crossing the Atlantic for research, training, teaching and entrepreneurship likewise contribute to collaboration in research and development, growth and innovation.

U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Bruce Andrews, who signed the Cooperation Arrangement with DG GROWTH, said in an update posted on the Commerce website that “the agreement with DG GROWTH is a part of Commerce’s long-standing partnership with the European Commission on initiatives to promote trade, investment and innovation on both sides of the Atlantic.”

The U.S. Cluster Mapping and Registry ( is led by the Harvard Business School’s Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness, and was developed in partnership with the U.S. Economic Development Administration. The website offers access to over 50 million open data records on U.S. industry clusters and regional business environments.

Users can examine the data by region or cluster. The regional data will show you the clusters and economic performance of a specific location. The cluster data helps you study a specific cluster across all regions.

New York Awards Funding for 21 Buffalo Economic Development Projects

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced the first batch of funding recipients under the Better Buffalo Fund program.

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This first lot includes 21 awardees getting a total of $11,722,500 for main street and transit-oriented Buffalo economic development projects.

The $30 million Better Buffalo Fund is a part of the Buffalo Billion initiative, and is dedicated to supporting projects that are helping revitalize neighborhood commercial districts and facilitate density and growth along transportation corridors.

Gov. Cuomo said in a release announcing the funding awards that “We remain committed to investing in Buffalo and continuing the momentum that is moving Western New York forward.”

The Better Buffalo Fund grants and revolving loans announced include $7,950,000 for eight transit-oriented economic development projects and another $3,772,500 in grants for 13 main street projects.

One of the main street projects awarded a $175,000 Better Buffalo Fund grant is the renovation and expansion of the Torn Space Theater.

The grant will allow the theater to undertake interior and facade renovations, and allow for adaptive reuse of an adjacent cement block building using stainless steel panels. This unique structure will then be used as a video sound lab, workshop and office space. Vacant lots nearby will serve as outdoor stages for community use.

One of the transit-oriented economic development projects awarded Better Buffalo funding is the Turner Brothers Loft project on Niagara Street. Niagara Street Buffalo, LLC and Schneider Development are getting a $1,500,000 loan supporting the adaptive reuse of 55,000 square feet of historic property that is currently vacant.

It will be converted into a mixed-use development that includes 40 apartments, with a gourmet food processing facility and associated retail space on the ground floor below the apartments.

ESD President, CEO and Commissioner Howard A. Zemsky said in the release that the Better Buffalo Fund’s targeted grants funding mixed-use development projects will revitalize Buffalo’s commercial corridors and bring residents back to the city’s neighborhoods. Commissioner Zemsky added that this will strengthen communities and secure the city’s economic future.

University at Buffalo President Satish K. Tripathi, who is also co-chair of the Western New York Regional Economic Development Council, said in the release that these projects have the opportunity to reinvigorate the most neglected areas of the city and make real, quality of life improvements.

SolEpoxy President Jeff Belt, also co-chair of the Western NY REDC, said in the release that these projects are the first step in creating a vibrant, thriving city.

Here’s the full list of 21 awardees in the first round.

TOD projects: Lisbon Commons – $2,000,000 loan; Niagara Gateway Apartments – $1,810,000 loan; Turner Brothers Loft – $1,500,000 loan; The Midtown Apartments – $1,200,000 loan; 960 Busti – $800,000 loan; New building on 363 Grant Street – $440,000 loan; Bellamy Commons – $100,000 grant; and 1373 Main Street – $100,000 grant.

Main street projects: Former St. Margaret’s School – $500,000 grant; Gerard Place Community Education Center – $500,000 grant; Broadway Fillmore – $300,000 grant; Grant Ferry – $300,000 grant; Fillmore Avenue Business Project – $300,000 grant; Elmwood Village Main Street Initiative – $300,000 grant; Lower Niagara St. Buffalo Main Streets Initiative – $300,000 grant; Seneca Street/Caz Commercial Corridor Building Renovation Fund – $300,000 grant; Niagara Street Cornerstone – $282,500; Lovejoy Revitalization – $275,000; Torn Space Theater – $175,000; Parkside Candy Initiative – $125,000 grant; and Grant/Garner Cornerstone Revitalization – $115,000 grant.

A second round of Better Buffalo Fund grant and loan awards will be announced later this year. Meanwhile, ESD is offering technical assistance to organizations that need help in preparing for the next round of funding awards under this program.

Find out more about the Better Buffalo Fund and application process on the New York State economic development agency website at

Six New Jersey Economic Development Bills in 36-Bill NJ Senate Jobs and Growth Package

The New Jersey Senate Republican leadership announced the culmination of a planned and phased rollout of a 36-bill package of bills aimed at job creation and economic growth.

NJ State Senate

NJ State Senate (photo – Rickyrab/wikimedia)

The bills, many of which have already moved in the Senate, are divided into six categories or pillars of economic growth and job creation, with each pillar of bills led by one member of the leadership.

For instance, State Senator Jennifer Beck is leading a package of six bills aimed at improving economic development policies and programs.

SB 2709 – This bill creates the New Jersey Business Advisory Council to recommend job-creating ideas to the New Jersey economic development Authority (NJEDA), the Governor and the NJ State Legislature.

SB 2710 – This bill calls on the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development, assisted by the NJEDA, to undertake a survey to explain why businesses leave or downsize, and compile an annual report based on the survey data.

SB 2761 – This bill aims to consolidate the NJEDA’s data collection and analysis research in one place to better New Jersey’s economic development strategies.

SB 2757 – This bill allows local governments to enter into regional partnerships and coordinate on economic development initiatives.

SB 2862 – This bill seeks to create an online database of products made in New Jersey to promote them and connect NJ-based manufacturers with suppliers. Teams comprised of economic development and business experts will travel across the state to implement this in-state supply network.

SB 2861 – This bill enhances the NJEDA’s ability to market New Jersey-made products in global markets.

The other bills fall under categories such as innovation, workforce development, tourism and agriculture, business costs, and regulations.

The “fostering innovation” package includes bills such as SB 2720, which authorizes the creation of a technology transfer assistance program within the New Jersey Economic Development Authority in order to stimulate the state’s innovation economy.

Another innovation bill (SB 2722) calls on the NJEDA to designate institutions of higher education or other qualified entities in the state as manufacturing and production resource centers. SB 712 would likewise promote the growth of innovative startups in the state by removing the barriers for entrepreneurs to seek investments online through crowdfunding campaigns.

One of the bills in the lowering costs category is SB 2708. This bill authorizes the creation of a Business Tax and Incentive Task Force to study the impact of New Jersey’s tax incentive programs and compare them to those in other states.

Here’s the full list (pdf) of the entire package of 36 NJ job creation and economic growth bills.

eBay Enterprise Expansion in Martinsville-Henry County, Virginia to Create 191 Jobs

Henry County, VA announced that eBay Enterprise is planning to expand its fulfillment operations in Martinsville-Henry County.

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Supported by the Martinsville-Henry County Economic Development Corporation and the Virginia Tobacco Commission, eBay Enterprise is investing up to $5.8 million for the 400,000 square-foot facility expansion.

As part of the expansion, the company expects to create 191 new full-time jobs with a total new payroll addition of over $4 million.

eBay Enterprise already has a large Martinsville-Henry County campus on Joseph Martin Highway. The expansion will bring the number of buildings in the campus to six and the total fulfillment space to 1.3 million square feet. The new facility will be used by eBay Enterprise for providing automated fulfillment services, warehouse management and freight solutions.

eBay Enterprise VP Operations Tom Barone said in a release announcing the project that they have always considered the Martinsville community a critical partner to their success since the first facility was opened in 1999.

Barone added that their ability to expand is possible because of the community’s dedication to fostering employment growth, and the talented workforce which has allowed them to grow their business and deliver industry-leading services for clients.

In order to support the eBay Enterprise expansion, Henry County is providing tax abatements for the project through Enterprise Zone incentives based on the total investment. The Virginia Tobacco Commission is supporting the project with a $710,000 grant. The company will also receive support for hiring and recruitment through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.

Henry County Board of Supervisors Chairman H.G. Vaughn said in the release that they are pleased that eBay Enterprise has made this additional investment in Martinsville-Henry County, adding that it speaks highly of their workforce as well as their partnership with eBay Enterprise.

Martinsville-Henry County Economic Development Corporation President and CEO Mark Heath likewise noted that eBay Enterprise’s decision to expand locally and hire an additional 190 employees is testament of their belief in the area’s workforce and support services.

Heath added that assisting existing companies grow and expand in Martinsville and Henry County is a top priority for the EDC, and that it was exciting to see this growth in the local economy’s e-commerce segment.

King of Prussia, PA-based eBay Enterprise is an eBay Inc. (NASDAQ: EBAY) company. Formerly known as GSI Commerce, it was acquired by eBay in March 2011 for $2.4 billion. The company is now a leading provider of retail-optimized commerce solutions with offices in Los Angeles, New York, Austin, London, Barcelona and Shanghai.

NEDED, Lincoln Economic Development Partnership Secure Hudl Expansion

Sports coaching video software firm Hudl announced plans to build a new headquarters on Canopy Street in the West Haymarket area in Lincoln, NE.


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Supported by the City of Lincoln, the Lincoln Economic Development Partnership, the Nebraska Department of Economic Development, Nelnet and other local partners, Hudl plans to create 300 high-tech jobs over the next three years.

The payroll and investment associated with the project will generate an estimated $140 million in annual economic activity.

Hudl is building the new headquarters in partnership with Nelnet (NYSE:NNI). Nelnet, an investor in Hudl, plans to make use of part of the building to support its own growth plans, including an expansion of its Lincoln-based software development team.

Hudl CEO David Graff said in a release announcing the project that what they’re most excited about in moving to the West Haymarket is how much it’s grown just in the last couple of years. Graff added that the City’s commitment to these developments has them proud to call Lincoln home and excited for the future of the West Haymarket.

Lincoln Mayor Chris Beutler said that not long ago, the West Haymarket was considered a brownfield site and some questioned the need for its redevelopment. The Mayor noted that this private development is just what they envisioned, as a place where entrepreneurs and growing firms could create jobs and attract talented employees, when they embarked on this massive undertaking.

Nelnet CEO Jeff Noordhoek likewise noted that they could have located their associates anywhere, but they are excited to be headquartered and growing in downtown Lincoln. Noordhoek added that through their investments and job growth in the city, they are helping to create a vibrant downtown community in which the best and brightest want to live in Lincoln and pursue a rewarding career.

Wendy Birdsall, president of the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development and the Lincoln Chamber, said that Hudl and Nelnet’s expansion in the Haymarket is a perfect example of the high-quality, high-tech jobs that continue to make a huge economic impact on the City.

Hudl was founded in 2006 by Graff and fellow University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduates Brian Kaiser and John Wirtz. It is now the fastest growing company in Nebraska, with more than 3.5 million users from 100,000 teams across 30 different sports worldwide. Hudl now has more than 150 employees at its headquarters in Lincoln. Another 80 of their employees operate out of offices in Omaha, Boston and London and remotely from far-flung places in New York, California and Texas.

Schenectady, NY Economic Development Grants Secure Automated Dynamics Expansion

High-tech composite structures manufacturer Automated Dynamics will relocate and expand to a new facility at the Niskayuna Commerce Park in Schenectady County, NY.

Niskayuna Commerce Park

Niskayuna Commerce Park, NY (photo –

Supported by a Schenectady economic development grant and New York state tax credits approved by Empire State Development, the company is investing $3.5 million, creating 20 new jobs and retaining the existing 30 jobs.

Automated Dynamics has outgrown its existing facility in the City of Schenectady, NY and initiated a site selection process in which they looked at numerous sites in New York and other states before deciding to stay in Schenectady County and relocate to the Niskayuna Commerce Park in the Town of Niskayuna, NY.

Automated Dynamics President Robert Langone said in a release announcing the project that with the support of Governor Cuomo and Empire State Development, they are proud to announce the new building and exciting growth plans.

Langone added that they appreciate the support of the Schenectady County Metroplex Development Authority, the Town of Niskayuna and the Galesi Group.

In order to secure the project, ESD has offered the company $300,000 in performance-based Excelsior Jobs Program tax credit tied to Automated Dynamics’ job creation plans. The company hopes to create 30 to 50 jobs over the next few years.

Empire State Development President, CEO and Commissioner Howard Zemsky said in the release that the Automated Dynamics expansion is another great example of successful business development resulting in job creation in the Capital Region.

The Schenectady County Metroplex Development Authority is additionally providing local incentives for the project in the form of a $60,000 economic development grant.

The Galesi Group, which owns the Niskayuna Commerce Park, will build a new 30,000-square-foot building for Automated Dynamics this summer. The company’s investment will enable it to lease the space and purchase new machinery and equipment for increasing production.

The park has more than 100 acres of shovel-ready land ideal for growing tech firms, with the Galesi Group offering built-to-suit facilities of up to 100,000 square feet for light industrial or office and technology projects. It is already home to a $20 million Army Reserve Center and a Unilux Advanced Manufacturing facility.

Niskayuna Town Supervisor Joe Landry said that Automated Dynamics is just the type of high-tech company they want to attract to the Niskayuna Commerce Park. Landry added that they thank Gov. Cuomo and ESD for working closely with their local economic development team to get this project moving forward.

Landry also noted that this project will help them attract additional high-tech jobs to the growing business park.

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