The team worked with Summit County Executive Russ Pry, County Council members, mayors, economic development professionals, legal and financial advisors, bankers, chamber of commerce representatives, private developers, port authority clients, the board of directors and staff of the Summit County Port Authority.
What does EDP stand for?
EDP stands for Economic Development Professional (Northeast Economic Developers Association)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 229 other meanings of EDP in our Acronym Attic
- Eastern Daily Press (UK)
- Eating Disorders Program
- Eau de Parfum
- Ecclesiastical Deed Poll
- Échantillon Démographique Permanent (French: Permanent Demographic Sample)
- Eco-Domestic Product
- École Départementale de Puériculture (French: Departmental Nursery School)
- Economic Development and Planning (various organizations)
- Economic Development Partnership
- Economic Development Policy
- Economics Discussion Paper Series (UK)
- Ecuaciones en Derivadas Parciales (Spanish: Equation in Partial Derivatives)
- Edema Disease Principle
- Educational Development Plan
- Educational Development Program
- Electricidade de Portugal (Portugal)
- Electro Deposition Plating (coating)
- Electro-Diesel Portal (French vehicle repair company)
- Electron Density Profile
- Electronic Data Processing
Samples in periodicals archive:
NLC hosted a roundtable of top economic development professionals last week at the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) Leadership Summit in Houston.
He was the consummate economic development professional.
meeting with boardsof selectmen, administrators, school committee members, school superintendents and economic development professionals.
As an economic development professional, you're very familiar with your community's strengths.
The Arkansas Economic Developers, a statewide organization of economic development professionals and community leaders, presented the 2005 Volunteer of the Year Awards and the Lifetime Leadership Awards during its recent annual conference at Little Rock.