Geauga County Department of Development Community and Economic Development
Request for Competitive Sealed Proposals
Pursuant to O.R.C. 307.862
Facilitation and Preparation
Strategic Plan for Economic Development
February 20, 2019
By 1:45 p.m. EST
“Geauga County Strategic Plan for Economic Development-Attn: Christine Blair, Clerk”
Office of the Geauga County Board of Commissioners
470 Center Street, Bldg. 4
Chardon, OH 44024
The Geauga County Commissioners (BOCC) is requesting proposals to develop a Strategic Plan for Economic Development (The Plan) and long term vision for economic development in Geauga County.
The development of The Plan for Geauga County, will be created pursuant to the Project Scope detailed below and in conjunction with the updating of the County’s Comprehensive General Plan by the Planning Director of the Geauga County Planning Commission.
PROJECT SCOPE OF WORK
The Plan should include, but not be limited to, the development of strategies and activities for the retention of our existing business and strategies and activities for the attraction of new business to Geauga County. The Plan should also include specific analysis of current businesses, current economic conditions and trends in Geauga County, competition for new businesses, workforce analysis, and an analysis of the strengths, opportunities, weaknesses, and threats to the business environment here. Finally, The Plan should include specific action items for achieving the realistic goals set-forth in The Plan (Action Plan).
The Plan Categories
The Plan shall include, but is not limited to the following categories:
- Mission Statement
- Executive Summary
- Strategies, Tactics, and Marketing Plan
- Economic Analysis
- Workforce Analysis
- SWOT Analysis
- Action Plan
CLICK HERE for the full Geauga County Economic Development – Strategic Plan – RFP
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