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Business Remixed News Archives
New economic dev. director
Mayor Paul Wiehl, chair of the Athens County Economic Development Council, has announced that after a national search, Sara Marrs has been named director of the council.
Start It Up Athens
Athens County has the resources to help you launch a business, starting from the initial concept development to the actual company launch.From Athens Business Remixed to Ohio University and Hocking college, the region is rich with talented individuals and teams, opportunities, and resources to help new and growing businesses. Ready to start a business or grow an existing one in Athens County? Enter to win a $10,000 business grant from our Start It Up Athens competition.
Director of county's Economic Development Council resigning
Todd Shelton, director of the Athens County Economic Development Council, is resigning effective June 1 to accept a position with the Office of United States Senator, Rob Portman, as a Southeast Ohio district representative.
Calling All Food Entrepreneurs
As a response to the growing need for information and resources, a group of organizations dedicated to economic development are having a Local Foods Economic Development Resources Meeting this Thursday evening @7pm at ARTS West. There will be representatives from ACENet, the Athens County Economic Development Council, Rural Action Sustainable Ag, 30 Mile Meal, to share information about resources they may have available to assist food entrepreneurs.
Concerns of Athens County Econ Development
Privatizing economic development is nothing new in Athens County. So it's no wonder that Todd Shelton is okay with Governor Kasich's proposal to privatize on the state level. Shelton is the director of the Athens County Economic Development Council and he told W-O-U-B News his main concern is having a place at the table. He says, "I just want to make sure that when this is established that we have people on behalf of Athens County or myself going and talking with the new administration."