AUSTIN, Texas, January 25, 2019 – McDaniel Strategy Ecosystems, LLC and TIP Strategies, Inc. have merged to become the next-generation economic development and business advisory firm. The merger, effective immediately, will be officially rolled out during the International Economic Development Council’s (IEDC) Leadership Summit where McDaniel Strategy Ecosystems’ CEO and founder, Tracye McDaniel, was also named IEDC’s 2019 chairperson.
TIP Strategies is hiring for two positions, a Project Coordinator and an Economic Development Consultant. View job descriptions and application information on our blog.
Jon Roberts was invited to give the keynote address at the International Economic Development Council’s 2018 Leadership Summit held in Las Vegas (January 28-30). The topic was “disruption” with observations on Amazon’s site selection process provided by Gene DePrez.
The economic potential of Fort Worth, Texas—soon to be the nation’s 12th largest city—is tremendous. In December 2017, the City unveiled its first economic development strategic plan. The TIP-lead initiative provides a comprehensive roadmap to guide the community’s growth over the next five years.
Just a few short months after the Greater Green Bay Chamber unveiled its new Economic Development Strategic Plan, the community announced a major stride toward meeting one of its goals: building a robust ecosystem for innovation and entrepreneurship. In October 2017, the Green Bay Packers and Microsoft announced the launch of TitletownTech, a one-of-a-kind partnership aimed at spurring entrepreneurship and economic development in the Greater Green Bay region.
Since 2006, TIP has been working in communities, regions, and states that are home to military installations and defense contractors. TIP is partnering with management consulting firm Kepner-Tregoe for our current defense industry adjustment project, which builds on the success of three previous OEA-funded pilot projects in Washington State.