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What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
What is LEAP
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What is LEAP
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  • 1. MISSION:To accelerate the entire Lansing Region into one of the nation’s leading and most excitingeconomic engines, full of diverse opportunities to create wealth, investment, jobs, innovation andideas for the benefit of all.
  • 2. What is LEAP?• Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP)•We are here to assist private companies in their endeavor tocreate ideas, profit, jobs and investment.• Appointed by Governor Snyder and the MEDC to representIngham, Eaton and Clinton Counties in economic developmentmatters (1 of 10 regional entities in the state).• An economic development organization serving the threecounties of Clinton, Eaton and Ingham.• LEAP is a 501(c)(6), funded by private and public supporters.
  • 3. Organizational Chart
  • 4. Why Join LEAP? (Get the Inside Track)• To lead the demand for a • To help us create more jobcoordinated economic opportunities for your familydevelopment effort that and neighbors, in part byaggressively and effectively changing our region’sattracts and retains mindset, creating anbusinesses of all varieties. entrepreneurial and business start-up culture.•To create a more diverse andinviting region, one that will • To provide more businesshelp you recruit and retain opportunities and contacts tothe top talent (and their help broaden your networkspouses) you need to and help your individualcompete in a talent- business grow.competitive global
  • 5. 2012 LEAP Year-End Report Apex Precision Solutions - 9 Dart Container - 347 Two Men and A Truck - 125 Elmet - 15 Martin Brower - 162 Profile Metal Forming - 25 Pratt & Whitney - 20 FC Mason - 40 Technology Innovation Center - 22 Business Accelerator Fund - 15
  • 6. 2012 LEAP Year-End Report
  • 7. 2012 Year-End Report
  • 8. 2012 LEAP Year-End Report Business Accelerator Fund Grants (High Tech, Michigan State University / SmartZone related Business Start-Up Monies) Grantees:Facts at a Glance: APEX Precision BioPhotonic Solutions• 10 BAF Grants Awarded FluidRide• $169,662 BAF Value Invention Enterprises• #1 in State of Michigan for successful MemoTouch applications NamesforLife Opti02• 4 Applications Rejected Retia Medical Supported Intelligence Zon Labs
  • 9. Work Group Opportunities (Join & Lead)• Accelerator Region (FRIB and more)• Agriculture Development• Automotive Industry & Property• Global Lansing• Lansing Regional SmartZone• LEAP - Tri-County Regional Economic Partners (L-TREP)• Michigan Avenue CIA• Placemaking (placed two pieces of art in public strategic locations in 2012).• Regional Innovation Network (RIN)
  • 10. Examples of Private Sector LEAP Members (Your CEO Colleagues want to see you at the Table)Accident Fund Harvest Creative ServicesAKT Peerless Jackson National LifeAuto-Owners Insurance Company LAFCUBlue Cross Blue Shield Lake Trust Credit UnionThe Christman Company Lansing State Journal/Gannett GroupC2AE Loomis, Ewert, Parsley, Davis & Gotting, P.C.Clark Construction Meijer Inc.Consumers Energy Michigan State University Federal Credit UnionDart Development Group Peckham IndustriesDean Transportation PM Environmental ServicesDemmer Corporation PNC BankDTN Management Sparrow Health SystemEmergent Bio Solutions Spartan MotorsFarm Bureau Insurance Two Men And a TruckFifth Third BankFoster , Swift, Collins & Smith, P.C.Greater Lansing Business Monthly
  • 11. Examples of Public Sector MembersBath Township Lansing Board of Water & LightCapital Area Michigan Works! Lansing Community CollegeCapital Area Transit Authority Lansing Regional Chamber of CommerceCapital Region International Airport Lansing TownshipCity of DeWitt Meridian TownshipCity East Lansing Michigan State UniversityCity of Lansing Prima CivitasCity of St. Johns Watertown TownshipClinton County Delhi TownshipDelta TownshipDeWitt TownshipGreater Lansing Convention & Visitors BureauIngham County
  • 12. Annual Membership CategoriesLead Investor* (Private) $35,000Large Municipality* (Population 10,000+) $15,000Entrepreneurial, Small Business, and Professional* $10,000Member* (Individual, Private) $5,000Small Municipality* (Population under 10,000) $3,000*All memberships billed on Annual Basis
  • 13. Membership Benefits$35,000 (Lead Investor) • Eligible to serve on LEAP Executive Committee • Eligible to become Officer of Executive Committee • Automatic permanent seat on Steering Committee (Meet Quarterly) • May attend all Board meetings and Annual Meeting • Online advertising • Participation in Work Groups
  • 14. Membership Benefits$15,000 (Large Municipality) • May attend all Board meetings and Annual Meeting • Eligible for Rotating, One-Year At-Large seat on Steering Committee • Eligible for Executive Committee and Officers • Online advertising • Access to Free Dun and Bradstreet and Criminal Reports • Available free CRM system (Salesforce.com) • Participation in Work Groups
  • 15. Membership Benefits$10,000 (Entrepreneurial, Small Business & Professional) • May attend all Board meetings (3 per year) and Annual Meeting • Eligible for Rotating, One-Year At-Large Seat on Steering Committee • Eligible for Executive Committee and to be an Officer • Online advertising • Participation in Work Groups
  • 16. Membership Benefits$5,000 (Individual) • May attend all Board meetings including Annual Meeting • Eligible for Rotating, One-Year At-Large Seat on Steering Committee • Eligible for Executive Committee and Officers • Online advertising • Access to Free Dun and Bradstreet and Criminal Reports • Participation in Work Groups
  • 17. Membership Benefits$3,000 (Small Municipality) • May attend all Board meetings (3 per year) including Annual Meeting • Eligible for Rotating, One-Year At-Large seat on Steering Committee • Eligible for Executive Committee and Officers • Online advertising • Access to Free Dun and Bradstreet and Criminal Reports • Available free CRM system (Salesforce.com) • Work Group participation welcome
  • 18. Organizational LeadershipExecutive Committee:  Four Officers, past Chair and two Rotating, At-Large seats  Meets Monthly (10 meetings), including four Steering Committee meetings  CEOs only (no proxy)Steering Committee:  All $35,000 investors plus six Rotating, At-Large seats  Meets four-times per year  CEO/Executive level attendanceBoard of Directors:  Meets three times per year including Annual Meeting  Open to all CEO members and their staff
  • 19. Still not sure about joining LEAP? Because the Lansing Region’s time has arrived… …Our Region finally deserves the best.We all deserve to say with a great sense of pride that we live, work and create in one of the nation’s economicpowerhouse regions and, as a demonstration of that fact, we have to have one of the best regional economic development organizations representing this region and driving us towards that vision. It cannot happen without your leadership. OUR time and YOUR time is now!
  • 20. Contact BOB TREZISE President & CEOLansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP) Phone: (517)702-3387 Email: bob@purelansing.com Online: purelansing.com

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