People are coming together in Pinellas County. People from all walks of life and political parties are joining forces to support Greenlight Pinellas. Greenlight Pinellas will bring new transit options including dramatic bus improvements, passenger rail, and redevelopment that creates jobs. Funded by a fair approach, elimination of the transit property tax replaced with a one penny increase in the sales tax. It's our time.
The Tampa Bay Partnership is dedicated to understanding the economic strengths and opportunities of our region. Therefore, we are currently implementing a strategic Regional Business Plan, leading to increased job creation and greater economic diversification.
More than 250 community, business, workforce and education leaders are responsible for ensuring Tampa Bay makes the right investments, creates the right policies and builds the right infrastructure to support and grow the next generation of jobs, in turn generating sustainable, inclusive prosperity.
Immense progress has already been made with both direct and indirect successes of the Regional Business Plan continuing to take place. Among these are several million dollars worth of grants supporting target sector workforce training and funding entrepreneurs.
In addition, a regional effort to address the needs of information technology employers is in the works, and there are ongoing and unprecedented collaborations within regional higher education institutions. for programs
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A special thanks goes out to all of our supporters in this effort. In 2010, the Tampa Bay Partnership and the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council were awarded a $540,000 grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA) for the research conducted for the Regional Business Plan by SRI International’s Center for Science, Technology and Economic Development.
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