The 10 Best Economic Development Agencies near me in Mesa, Arizona
Some of the most higly rated Economic Development Agencies in Mesa are:
- Ryan Winkle for Arizona (5/5)
- Teen Out-Reach Services (5/5)
- Retail, Arts, Innovation & Livability Community Development Corporation (RAIL CDC) (4/5)
- A New Leaf's Economic Development (3.4/5)
- Mesa Economic Development (0/5)
- Leadership Choice (0/5)
- Innovative Urban Solutions (0/5)
- eComEmpire (0/5)
- Mad Art (5/5)
- Rounds Consulting Group, Inc. (0/5)
- Next Eco (0/5)
- X Product Development (0/5)
- Local First Arizona (4.6/5)
- Greater Phoenix Economic Council (3.8/5)
- PCDIC (0/5)
- Frontier Development Group (0/5)
- Qualytics (1/5)
- Arizona Commerce Authority (3.7/5)
- Maricopa County (1/5)
- Hogar Hispano Inc (2.3/5)
Here is a review from an user.
Great organization to work with. They have consultants that are willing to meet in-person and online to help the community out. Augie and the team are always making the best of whats out their and available. They do free events monthly, and tel everyone about the Grants and business opportunities that are currently available to small businesses in the Mesa/Tempe/Phx area.
Nedco has helped me tremendously as a new business owner. They have resources for almost everything. Alan has always went above to help me out.
As business owners we have to be very selective on where we invest our time, but at the first event I attended trough invitation from a fellow local business owner I knew this was a valuable group to invest my time in. I have been a part of the local first community for almost a year now and have gotten to experience their passion and professionalism in supporting local businesses here in AZ. Their true character has shown through during this recent challenging time for many local businesses. They have continued to provide all the resources that I could ever need to help my business thrive. The community of other local businesses owners has been incredible to connect with and have personally helped me in countless ways. I recommend all local businesses be a part of the Local First Arizona community.
Excellent resource for business start-ups and community organizations!
Not a place for birth certificate.