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  • 1. Lake Superior Community Partnership2010 State of the Partnership“A Beacon of Light for Economic and Community Development in Marquette County”
  • 2. Viability
  • 3. ViabilityLSCP Expense Overview
  • 4. ViabilitySources of Funding
  • 5. ViabilityUses of Funding
  • 6. 3 Year Campaign $205,000 (2010-2012)
    Raised $214,380
    104% of campaign goal
    Annual Campaign $75,000
    Funding
    Job creation/retention
    Professional
    Development
    Staff Resources
    Advocacy
    Marketing
    ViabilityChairman’s Circle
  • 7. ViabilityChairman’s Circle
  • 8. ViabilityChairman’s Circle
  • 9. Development
  • 10. DevelopmentSmall Business Services
    • first dollar, Groundbreaking and ribbon cutting ceremonies
    • 11. Press Releases
    • 12. marketing broadcasts
    • 13. Loans to small businesses
    • 14. Gift Check program
    • 15. Business After Hours
    • 16. Notary Public
    • 17. Key to County
    • 18. Proud To Be a Partner
    • 19. Community Room Rental
    • 20. Web Listing
    • 21. Community Calendar
    • 22. Referrals
    • 23. Business Card Rack
    • 24. Brochure Rack
    • 25. Mailing Labels
  • DevelopmentAdvocacy
    • 2010 Legislative Agenda
    • 26. Advocacy section on Web site
    • 27. MEDC incentives
    • 28. UP 200 Legislative Reception
    • 29. Lansing Trips
    • 30. Advocacy Task Force
    • 31. Member of Gov. Snyder’s Economic Development Transition team
    • 32. Meet the candidate sessions
    • 33. Number of meetings with elected officials and staff: 53
  • DevelopmentProjects
    Frontier Medical
    Global Response North
    Marquette Backcountry Skis
    Kennecott Eagle Project
    Humboldt Milling Facility
    renewaFUEL
    UP Crime Lab building purchase
    Best Buy
  • 34. DevelopmentPublic Partners
    Recreation Authority/Iron Ore Heritage Trail
    Economic Development marketing materials
    Countywide Brownfield Authority
    Property listings/Marketing
    Movie/television show sites
    Various Community Development projects
  • 35. DevelopmentStrategic Alliances
    Local Government
    NMU
    Legislators
    LSCP/EDC
    State Departments
    MEDC
    MI Works!
    NI
    SBTDC
    Trade Associations
    Members
    State and National Colleagues
  • 36. DevelopmentStatistics
    Plus One: 272
    new jobs: 1,170
    retained jobs: 3,010
    Total Investment: $43,782,000
    EDC Lending
    • Loans: 10
    • 37. Jobs: 97
    • 38. loan proceeds: $410,000
  • DevelopmentStatistics
    • Prospects/Clients : 85
    • 39. Retention Contacts : 49
    • 40. Renaissance Zone Activity
    • 41. Extension Projects: 2
    • 42. Investment: $12.4 million
    • 43. new jobs: 84 (over 5 years)
    • 44. CDBG $390,000
  • DevelopmentOther Efforts
    MEDC and Site Consultant prospect bid requests
    E-newsletter sent to 1,000 Site Consultants and Developers
    Energy Task Force
    Transportation Task Force
    NMU CORE (Center of Resources for Enterprise)
    Regional Innovation Grant Participation
    Data template project
    Site Selection/Facility re-use
    New property/site software
    Location One Information System
  • 45. Development Community
    Lake Superior Partners in Education
    Media: Local, Regional and National
    Event promotion/Marketing
    Letters of support
    Great Start Collaborative
    Bikeability Committee
    LSCP Foundation
    Dozen Distinctive Destinations
    Intern in Michigan
    West End District Library
  • 46. Development Lake Superior Leadership Academy
    Lake Superior Leadership Academy
    Graduated 12th class
    Electrical Line Technician Program
    36 students enrolled
    8th class will graduate in May
    Electrical Power Tech Program
    3 schools represented
    12-15 in Freshman class
  • 47. Development Young Professionals Network
    Membership goal met in 6 weeks
    Over 100 members
    annual networking events: 12
    professional development events: 6
    Board of Directors
  • 48. Development Community
    Ishpeming portion of trail system complete
    Millage passed in August 2010
    Transitioned Recreation Authority to paid staffing model
    Approximately $220,000 invested by LSCP
  • 49. Communications
  • 50. CommunicationsPublicity
    • Organized 37 first dollar, Groundbreaking and ribbon cutting ceremonies
    • 51. 108Press Releases
    • 52. Weekly Mining Journal Column
    • 53. 97marketing broadcasts for members
    • 54. E-newsletter (Superior Success) for national site consultants and developers
    • 55. Trade Shows
    • 56. New social media tools
    • 57. New Web site tools
    • 58. $40,000 value
  • CommunicationsWeb Site
    • Page views
    • 59. 148,221 – 2.13% above average*
    • 60. Benchmark 145,136
    • 61. Average per month: 12,000
    • 62. Unique Visitors:
    • 63. 43,918 – 0.95% above average
    • 64. Bounce Rate:
    • 65. 39.72% – 16.83% below average
    • 66. New Visits:
    • 67. 69.35% – 10.25% above average
    Average Time on Site
    • 00:02:26 – 1.85% above average
    *Based on sites of similar size
  • 68. CommunicationsSocial Media
    • Twitter
    • 69. Followers: 57
    • 70. Following: 189
    • 71. LinkedIn
    • 72. Group Members: 41
    • 73. Facebook
    • 74. Fans: 523
    • 75. RSS
    • 76. Posts: 98
    • 77. Blog
    • 78. Subscribers: 13 (one week)
  • CommunicationsConstant Contact email
    • Ability to send one message to a large recipient list (with out spam complications)
    • 79. Active Members: 1,086
    • 80. SiteConsultants/Developers: 857
    • 81. Legislative: 148
    • 82. 40 Below: 135
    • 83. Media: 97
    • 84. Others: Cliffs Breakfast, Operation Action U.P.,
    Mining & Community focus groups, UPEDA
  • 85. Membership
  • 86. Membership Statistics
  • 87. Membership Statistics
  • 88. MembershipStatistics
    Rate of Inflation Comparison
    • 1963 Membership Dues
    • 89. $120
    • 90. With rate of inflation, dues would now be $854 in 2010
    • 91. 1980 Membership Dues
    • 92. $149.50
    • 93. With rate of inflation, dues would now be $414 in 2010
    • 94. 2011 Membership Dues
    • 95. $208 (Base)
    • 96. $275 - $325 (Average)
  • MembershipMarketing
    Gift Checks Sold:
    2010 - $179,264
    2009 - $171,636
    Total since inception:
    $2.5 Million
    Business After Hours: 23
    2010: 4,290 attendees
    2009: 2,000 Attendees
  • 97. 2011 Goals
  • 98. 2011 GoalsRetention, Retention, Retention!
    Business Retention/Expansion program
    Support local businesses’ capital growth needs
    lead role as an advocate for rural policy development
    Continue to work toward financial sustainability
    Determine five opportunities for Marquette County in the “green” economy
    Identify supplier gaps for local industry
    IEDC AEDO Process
    Collaborate to develop a regional, sustainable development agenda
    Clarity, articulate & communicate
  • 99. For more information…
    • Contact our office at 226-6591 or by email at lscp@marquette.org
    • 100. Please review our 2010-2012 Strategic Plan, visit www.marquette.org