SVCI touts itself as “the first higher education facility in the North Valley,” and partners with the Blaine County School District and College of Southern Idaho. Organizers hope the institute will help attract in-demand hospitality talent to the area and boost tourism.
Vermont has a labor problem — its workforce is one of the oldest in the nation, and it’s dwindling. To combat the decline, the state has launched a new financial program to attract younger workers. The Remote Worker Grant Program offers incentives to workers who do the majority of their work remotely from a home office or coworking space to relocate to Vermont.
SVED 2019 Q3 Forum v1 Thanks again to the Limelight Hotel for being great hosts. The link to Harry’s and David’s presentation is above. We are looking forward to continuing our talent attraction discussion. If you would like to get involved in that effort, contact harry@SunValleyEconomy.org.
Get the Slides with Notes April 10th – Limelight Hotel, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm April 11th – Ketchum Innovation Center, 8:30 am – 10:00 am. We are pleased to announce our Q2 Forum featuring the return of Ralf Garrison. On the heals of SVED’s Economic Summit in October, Visit…