Datapalooza!

EDC presents Datapalooza! – a statistics and demographics event for San Juan County

 Need more data and information to make knowledgeable decisions about your business or as a community legislator or leader?   Join the San Juan County Economic Development Council (EDC) for their second annual Datapalooza! event, two hours of in-depth data and analysis of our economy and demographics, plus brunch and conversation, on Wednesday, December 6th from 10 a.m. till noon on Orcas Island. 

This year’s program, sponsored in part by Island Market and San Juan Propane, will include presentations by noted speakers James McCafferty, director of WWU’s Center for Economic & Business Research, Dr. Anneliese Vance-Sherman, regional labor economist for the State of Washington, and Victoria Compton, director of the San Juan County Economic Development Council.  The presentations will explore our region’s economy and demographics – past, present and future – including industry, employment and sales data, and current trends.  This in-depth analysis will enable leaders and businesspeople to make informed decisions about issues that affect our community and economy.

Details:  Orcas Island, Wednesday, December 6th, from 10 a.m. till noon at the Emmanuel Episcopal Church parish hall in Eastsound.  Tickets are $19 and advance payment is required.  Please visit www.sanjuansedc.org/datapalooza to reserve your space. For questions, please call (360) 378-2906 or email: info@sanjuansedc.org

The EDC thanks Island Market and San Juan Propane for their support of this workshop and other EDC initiatives. 

The San Juan County Economic Development Council (EDC) strives to strengthen and diversify the economy of San Juan County.  We believe a strong economy builds a strong community.   

Posted on November 13, 2017 at 5:42 am by

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