Economic development agencies, chambers of commerce, and other organizations and businesses to help with your relocation or expansion:
Nebraska Department of Economic Development
Many companies in the U.S. and around the world have discovered that Nebraska offers the ideal location, quality workforce and positive economic environment for a variety of industries and business endeavors. Other Nebraska advantages include low cost, reliable power, first class abundant telecom infrastructure, central location, reduction of corporate burden, business-friendly atmosphere, tax incentives, job training and high ranking quality of life.
P.O. Box 94666, Lincoln, NE 68509 (Map & Aerial View)
Superior Development Corp.
The Superior Economic Development Advisory Council will provide credits based upon jobs created and capital investment to any qualifying businesses using LB840 Economic Development funds. The credits may be used to obtain and pay for city services and utilities, and/or land owned by the city to create a new business or expansion of an existing business. This includes sites at the 30 acre Kottmeyer Business Park.
354 N. Commercial Ave., Superior, NE 68978 (Map & Aerial View)
(402) 879-4562 Fax
Grand Island Area Economic Development Corp.
Grand Island is a focal point of opportunity for both business and industry. The sole purpose of the EDCorporation is the creation, retention, and expansion of jobs in Grand Island. We have the land and the infrastructure, a multitude of transportation avenues, an industrious workforce, government relationships that expedite development, and a quality of life community that ensures an efficient and effective venture for your business.
308 N. Locust St., Suite 400, Grand Island, NE 68801 (Map & Aerial View)
(308) 398-7205 Fax
Alliance Chamber of Commerce
Box Butte Development Corporation has identified an ongoing, three-pronged approach to economic development, which includes recruitment of new businesses and industry, retention and expansion of existing business and assistance of start up businesses.
305 Box Butte Avenue, Alliance, NE 69301 (Map & Aerial View)
Elkhorn Valley Economic Development Council
In working with various agencies, the EVEDC strives to stimulate local industry and improve the well-being of area residents through teamwork and close-knit relationships with business and community leaders throughout the area.
309 Madison Avenue, Norfolk, NE 68701 (Map & Aerial View)
Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership
In addition to new business attraction, targeted areas include: existing Greater Omaha businesses, headquarters companies (including Fortune 500), financial services, manufacturing, entrepreneurship, defense, transportation/distribution and information technology.
1301 Harney Street, Omaha, NE 68102 (Map & Aerial View)
McCook Economic Development
Now known as the McCook Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), the mission of the organization has not changed-to facilitate the formation, retention, attraction, and expansion of businesses in McCook and the surrounding area.
402 Norris Ave., Ste. 301, McCook, NE 69001 (Map & Aerial View)
(308) 345-1200 or (800) 658-4213
(308) 345-2152 Fax
Service Corps Of Retired Executives Association
We are a member of natl.organization (SCORE 'Counselors to America's Small Business') which offers face-to-face counseling to persons wanting to start (improve or purchase) a small bus. We also maintain an ofc. (open 1:00-3:00 pm tuesdays & thursdays) to offer counselling by appt. or walk-in. We sponsor at Southeast Comm.College(8800 'O',Lincoln, NE)
285 S. 68th Street Pl., Ste. 530, Lincoln, NE 68510 (Map & Aerial View)
Nebraska Industrial News:
Nebraska Industrial Employment Continues To Rebound
Looking to reach Nebraska manufacturers? Access the Nebraska Manufacturers Database compiled by MNI.
*Manufacturing stats updated on 12/3/2013. All other stats updated on 12/3/2013. Listings updated on 12/6/2013.