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LSCP 2011 Year in Review
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LSCP 2011 Year in Review

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Presentation was given to the Lake Superior Community Partnership Board of Directors on January 26, 2012. Includes a review of LSCP's accomplishments in 2011.

Presentation was given to the Lake Superior Community Partnership Board of Directors on January 26, 2012. Includes a review of LSCP's accomplishments in 2011.

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  • So we have come to another junction, only this time it’s not brought on by crisis but by opportunity. Today, everything revolves around Michigan’s economy and the need to sustain and create jobs. Our focus today must affirm that realization. The new administration is looking for organizations such as ours to use our assets to preserve and grow our labor force. The time for reinvention and clarification of our services is NOW. Our role in economic development, as defined by the MEDC comes in two forms: business and community development.
  • So we have come to another junction, only this time it’s not brought on by crisis but by opportunity. Today, everything revolves around Michigan’s economy and the need to sustain and create jobs. Our focus today must affirm that realization. The new administration is looking for organizations such as ours to use our assets to preserve and grow our labor force. The time for reinvention and clarification of our services is NOW. Our role in economic development, as defined by the MEDC comes in two forms: business and community development.
  • So we have come to another junction, only this time it’s not brought on by crisis but by opportunity. Today, everything revolves around Michigan’s economy and the need to sustain and create jobs. Our focus today must affirm that realization. The new administration is looking for organizations such as ours to use our assets to preserve and grow our labor force. The time for reinvention and clarification of our services is NOW. Our role in economic development, as defined by the MEDC comes in two forms: business and community development.
  • So we have come to another junction, only this time it’s not brought on by crisis but by opportunity. Today, everything revolves around Michigan’s economy and the need to sustain and create jobs. Our focus today must affirm that realization. The new administration is looking for organizations such as ours to use our assets to preserve and grow our labor force. The time for reinvention and clarification of our services is NOW. Our role in economic development, as defined by the MEDC comes in two forms: business and community development.
  • So we have come to another junction, only this time it’s not brought on by crisis but by opportunity. Today, everything revolves around Michigan’s economy and the need to sustain and create jobs. Our focus today must affirm that realization. The new administration is looking for organizations such as ours to use our assets to preserve and grow our labor force. The time for reinvention and clarification of our services is NOW. Our role in economic development, as defined by the MEDC comes in two forms: business and community development.
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    • 1. The LSCP is an EconomicDevelopment Organization focusedon the creation and retention of JOBS in theMarquette County region. Public Private *Based on annual dues
    • 2. DUES: $225,573 GOV. SERVICE FEES: $77,790 CONTRACTS: $183,235 FUNDRAISING & SERVICES: $78,927 GRANTS & OTHER: $124,483Total ProjectedIncome: $690,008
    • 3. Total STAFF $406,026Expense: OPERATIONS $112,297$671,128 PROGRAMS $152,805 Total Projected Net Income: $18,880
    • 4. Investors by Business Size MICRO (less than 25 employees) SMALL (25-100 employees) LARGE (over 100 employees)
    • 5. Investors by Industry Non-Profit Health Services Financial/Insurance Service/General Industry/Manufacturing Media Utility Construction
    • 6. • Created to increase transparency• Measures Communications, Economic Development, Employment, and Community Wealth
    • 7. Communications 2011 2010 Progress Web visits 39,177 43,513 Web site Traffic Declined in 2011 (9%) Web Page Views 98,177 144,301 • Initial traffic surge in 2010 Unique Visitors 26,313 30,001 • Increase in social media engagement New Visits 64.46% 68.15% • Content shift from tourism to more Bounce Rate 53.33% 40.19% business development basedTwitter (total) >Following 593 104 >Followers 221 30RSS (total) >subscribers >posts 73 175 6 98 Social Media ExplosionBlog • Engagement in all mediums nearly >subscribers 27 N/A doubled >Page Views 2,379 N/A • Mining Journal Column adopted into blogFacebook (Total Fans) 677 446 • Content shift from tourism based to more >New Likes 309 469 business development based >Post Views 520,688 42,838 >Post Feedback 2,090 327LinkedIn (Total Group members) 112 38
    • 8. In 2011, www.marquette.org underwent amajor content overhaul andrestructuring.A “Partners Only” sectionExclusive access to informationOnline dues payments and eventregistrationOther additions and changes include:• Upper Peninsula Jobs portal• UPCDC information portal• Live social media feeds• Online interactive County map• County-wide collaborative community calendar• LSCP Dashboard• Entrepreneurial and business resource information• More streaming promotional videos of Marquette County
    • 9. Guide to Business Development &Marketing Resources• Economic Development• Talent Enhancement/Workforce Development• Networking & Business Promotions• Business to Business Programs• Business Marketing & Advertising• Insurance benefits Marquette County Vision 2011 • Sponsored by the Partnership in collaboration with The Mining Journal. • More than 10,000 copies of the magazine to prospective residents, businesses, site consultants, developers and visitors.
    • 10. “Partnership News and Views” 7 Community 9 Advocacy 16 LSCP Events & Membership 15 Business, Economic & Workforce Development 3 Miscellaneous • Weekly column also published in new blog allowing for reader feedback. • Viewers can subscribe and get updated columns directly to email.
    • 11. “From the Desk of Amy Clickner” RSS Newsfeed Sent 31 73 Subscribers 2011 Recipients 133 6 Subscribers 2010 Open Rate 37% 175 Posts in 2011 98 Posts in 2010 Site Consultant Newsletter EblastsRecipients 500 337 in 2011Format refined 97 in 2010 Active Users 3,328Sent quarterly Open Rate 23%Open Rate 16%
    • 12. QR tags• Placed on our printed materials for smartphone scanning.• Once scanned, the code will open a designated page on LSCP Web site. Crowdrise • “Crowdsourcing” fundraising site for non-profits. Webinars • Gives partners the opportunity to market themselves and the LSCP to reach people in new ways.
    • 13. New Partners in 2011 39New Partner Revenue $9,374Retention Rate 88% (National Average 84%)Year End Partners 726
    • 14. Business After Hours Events 25Business After Hours Attendees 3,357
    • 15. Ribbon Cuttings in 2011 31Ground Breakings 3
    • 16. MICRO (less than 25 employees)SMALL (25-100 employees)LARGE (over 100 employees)
    • 17. Gov./Non-ProfitHealth ServicesFinancial/InsuranceService/GeneralIndustry/ManufacturingMediaUtilityConstruction
    • 18. • Upper Peninsula Jobs Portal • A portion of the MEDC’s statewide interactive job posting and search system. • Live on Lake Superior Community Partnership Web site• Talent Connect• LSCP Internship program 11 NMU interns Internship hours 1,378• Live Work Detroit • Model for 2012 “Live it U.P.” Business Expo
    • 19. • Prepares students to install, maintain and operate electrical systems to supply electric energy to residential, commercial and industrial customers. Jerry LePage Line Tech Instructor Graduated 8th class in 2011 Trained 266 students to date 73% successfully employed
    • 20. • Collaboration with Marquette-Alger RESA.• Applied for and awarded $100,000 from the Early Childhood Investment Corporation.• LSCP Foundation was able to assist the Marquette Alger Great Start Collaborative as the fiduciary.• Grant resulted in 23 preschool or daycare scholarships for three-year-old children in Marquette and Alger Counties.• Kathy Lammi, GSC Director for Marquette & Alger Counties is a contract employee of LSCP.
    • 21. • Second year of program with 70 members• Continued success with Drinks & Links and Lunch & Learn events• Added new events such as Movie in the Park, Lawn Games Skills Challenge and YP Field Trips• Adopt-A-Family community service project
    • 22. • Graduated 13th class on May 12, 2011• Graduated to date 316• Participants in current class 21
    • 23. • Working toward changing policy and infrastructure.• Successful in bringing the Safe Routes to School program and the Complete Streets policy to our community.• Works to align the Upper Peninsula’s workforce with current and future employment needs.• 5th annual Pathways to Your Future Career Day. Organized and funded by LSPE, LSCP, NMU and MARESA • 123 presenters in 6 career pathways • 750 students participated
    • 24. One of only 29 accredited economic development organizations in the world. First AEDO in the Upper Peninsula and the only in the State of Michigan.Amy Clickner, CEcD, CFRM Lois Ellis, CEcD, EDFP Chief Executive Officer V.P. of Economic Development
    • 25. Business Retention: The process of encouragingbusinesses to stay and grow within a community wherethey are valued contributors to the local economy.A Business Retention program provides assistance to:• Keep the business from relocating to another area.• Helps a business survive economic difficulties.• Assists a business expansion that adds new jobs.• Increases the competitiveness of a business in the wider marketplace.
    • 26. LSCP Retention Visit• A face-to-face meeting with an existing company.• A “check-up” of the overall health of the enterprise.• An opportunity to say thanks for their economic contribution to the region.Topics:facilities, workforce, markets, products, challenges, opportunities, financing, regulation and technology.Outcomes: assistance on a topic of concern and/or identification of resourcesto facilitate an opportunity.Jobs: existing jobs at the business are counted as “Retained” and any potentialjob development is counted as “New”.
    • 27. In 2011, LSCP economicdevelopment activities supportedprojects in all stages ofdevelopment that represented:• The retention of 4,720 jobs• The development of 2,162 new jobs
    • 28. Communications 2011 2010 Progress Web visits 39,177 43,513 Web Page Views 98,177 144,301 Unique Visitors 26,313 30,001 New Visits 64.46% 68.15% Bounce Rate 53.33% 40.19%Twitter (total) >Following 593 104 >Followers 221 30RSS (total) >subscribers 73 6 >posts 175 98Blog >subscribers >Page Views 27 2,379 N/A N/A Employment Nov11 Nov 10 ProgressFacebook (Total Fans) 677 446 Unemployment Rate 6.5 8.5 >New Likes 309 469 >Post Views 520,688 42,838 Workforce 35,400 35,863 >Post Feedback 2,090 327 Total Employment 33,100 32,822LinkedIn (Total Group members) 112 38 Total Unemployment 2,300 3,041 Marquette County Wealth 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Progress Population 65,129 65,165 65,462 65,703 67,077 Property Tax Revenue $56,453,883 $60,334,868 $64,177,780 $66,412,661 $69,585,222 Median Household Income $40,936 $45,536 $43,599 $41,273 $44,038 Per Capita Income $26,526 $27,783 $29,552 $31,316 $31,461 Median Home Sales Price $147,000 $150,000 $152,400 $142,000 $152,000
    • 29. In 2011, the LSCP provided assistance to 228 clients seeking economic development services.The following types of services were provided tothese clients: 186 - General business development consultation 125 - Retention of existing businesses 82 - Business financing 66 - Business plan development 44 - Site location services 43 - Marketing assistance 11 - Advocacy
    • 30. Development Stage ofBusinesses Served:125 Retention/Expansion of Existing RETENTION/EXPANSION 57 Start ups START-UPS 46 Attraction/Prospects ATTRACTION/PROSPECTS
    • 31. Distribution of Clients - 2011 46% of Population 68 Clients 19% of Population 16 Clients35% of Population 21 Clients Ewing Non-region Specific: Twp 123 Clients *Totals include clients not located in a specific region
    • 32. Economic DevelopmentCorporation of the Countyof MarquetteLoan Clients: 13Loan Proceeds: $680,696 *Supported 51 new jobs and 295 retained jobs in Marquette County.
    • 33. EDC• Leased Building 522 with signed purchase option• Regionalization of CDBG funds throughout the U.P.LSCP• Presque Isle Power Plant• Non-ferrous mining taxation• Exporting resources and training• Regionalization of MEDC services• County Road 595 development• EDFP training
    • 34. • Partnership between local and regional economic development agencies and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC). The Councils purpose is to provide strategic direction and programmatic input to the MEDC senior leadership team.• Intended to help advance the State of Michigans economic development through strengthening the relationships, leveraging the assets and improving the flow of communication and project management between the MEDC and local partners.
    • 35. Regional Map for Realignment ofService Areas for Economic Development
    • 36. To align state resource providers1. Company receives multiple visits from various service providers2. Eliminate duplication of services3. More effective/efficient access to resources4. MEDC focus on regional/local priorities
    • 37. Amy Clickner - Marquette County Kathy Reynolds - Alger CountyKristen Claus - Sault Ste. Marie Laurie Jasmin - Schoolcraft CountyNancy Douglas - Menominee County Beth Allen - Ontonagon CountyPhil Musser - Keweenaw County Vicki Schwab - Delta CountyRoy Kemppainen - Village of Baraga Bruce Orttenburger - Dickinson CountyCathi Cole - MEDC Donna LaCourt - MEDCCarmen Pittenger - Luce County Kathy Noel - Chippewa CountyBob LaFave - Village of LAnse Lois Ellis - Marquette CountyJulie Melchiori - Iron County
    • 38. Cathi Cole Nick Sekmistrz Doug DeYoungBusiness Development Manager Community Assistance Specialist Government Relations LiaisonMichigan Economic Development Michigan Economic Northern Michigan Regional Chamber Alliance Corporation Development Corporation Donna LaCourt Chris Bosio International Trade Development Manager International Trade Development Manager Agriculture & Rural Development Michigan Economic Development Corporation Michigan Economic Development Corporation
    • 39. • Salesforce rollout• Location One Information System• State Trade and Export Promotion• Legislative advocacy/alerts• Shared marketing portal• U.P. wide Talent Portal• U.P. Economic Development Liaison• Edward Lowe Foundation Economic Gardening
    • 40. • Counties visited: 9 Luce, Schoolcraft, Iron, Menominee, Houghton, Baraga, Alger, Delta, Sault Ste. Marie• Miles logged for regional collaboration effort: 1,333• LocationOne Information Systems • Counties “Live”: 5 • Luce, Schoolcraft, Iron, Marquette, Alger • Commercial Sites & Buildings listed 300+• Salesforce • Completed necessary steps in the “Getting Started” stage of Local Partner Portal implementation process. • Working with MEDC to arrange connection date. • Licenses will be assigned to EDOs to create Region 1 Salesforce sharing network.
    • 41. • 18 Current Companies submitted forms in Region 1 • Marquette (3) • Iron Mountain (3) *16 visited by MEDC staff • Escanaba (2) • Sawyer • Houghton • Baraga • Munising • Ironwood • Manistique • Newberry • Menominee • Wakefield • Sault Ste. Marie
    • 42. • County Road 595 • International Bridge • Mining Tax Legislation • Forest Road Regulations • EPA Air Quality Standard & Power Generation/Transmission • Presque Isle Power Plant • County Road 595 • Essential Air Service Program • Sawyer International Airport42 Letters of Support in 2011
    • 43. 2011 Legislative White Papers – Economic Development • U.P. Representation on Committees & Task Forces • Transition for economic development – Education • School Aid Fund Transfers • Sinking Fund• Lansing trip/Meetings with Elected Officials • Reporting Requirements • Early Childhood Education• U.P. 200 VIP Legislative Reception – Health Care • Impact on Regional & Local Economies • Medicaid • Increased Health Care Career Education • Physician Recruiting in Rural Areas – Tourism • Pure Michigan Campaign • Four-lane Highway Expansion • Welcome Center • DNR Trust Fund – Transportation • County Road 595 • International Trade Crossing • Transportation Funding Task Force • Aviation
    • 44. • The Alliance was established on the premise that many legislative issues impact northern Michigan in similar ways.• Created to maximize the political influence of this 12-county alliance and the over 6,000 businesses it represents.• The Alpena Area Chamber of Commerce• The Benzie County Chamber of Commerce• The Cadillac Area Chamber of Commerce• The Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce• Lake Superior Community Partnership• The Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce• The Traverse City Area Chamber of Commerce• Gaylord Area Chamber of Commerce

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