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Mayor Battle: ‘Huntsville’s conversations are never dull’

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Made In Alabama asked Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle to outline his economic development priorities for 2016 and provide insight on why the city has been able to land a series of major projects in the past couple of years. Here are his remarks. Q:

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Alabama mayors share 2016 growth priorities

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Made In Alabama checked in with the mayors of the state’s four largest cities to get an idea of their 2016 economic development priorities and how their growth strategies paid off last year. Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange believes Alabama’s capital is primed for growth...

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Montgomery Cyber Connection will provide technology boost

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MONTGOMERY, Alabama – Officials today unveiled an initiative called the Montgomery Cyber Connection that will permit blazing-fast Internet speeds, positioning the region for growth in the technology sector and fueling economic growth. [caption id="attachment_13550" align="alignright" width="239"] Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange[/caption] At the heart of...

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Yellowhammer sets lineup for Alabama Economic Growth Summit

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Yellowhammer Multimedia announced program details for the inaugural Alabama Economic Growth Summit, a two-day event that will celebrate Alabama’s recent economic development successes and spur the state toward being the country’s most attractive state for business. The summit, which will take...

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Yellowhammer, Commerce plan Alabama Economic Growth Summit

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Yellowhammer Multimedia and the Alabama Department of Commerce are partnering to present the inaugural Alabama Economic Growth Summit. The two-day event will celebrate Alabama’s recent economic development successes and spur the state toward being the country’s most attractive state for business. The Summit, which will...

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Business Facilities names Alabama ‘State of the Year’ for 2015

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Business Facilities magazine said today it has selected Alabama as its 2015 “State of the Year” after landing a string of coveted economic development projects from Polaris Industries, Google and other companies. This is the first time Alabama has claimed the site-selection publication’s highest...

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Blockbuster 2015 sets stage for Alabama growth (video)

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From Airbus launching aircraft assembly in Mobile to Google selecting Jackson County for a major data center project, it’s been a massive year for Alabama and its economic development team. In fact, 2015 looks like a year for Alabama’s record books, with game-changing developments...

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SEUS Japan: Leaders vow to build on close economic, cultural ties

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Leaders from Japan and seven Southeastern states pledged today to continue building on a longlasting partnership that has stimulated two-way trade and investment while creating nearly 140,000 jobs across the Southeast. Expanding the close economic and cultural ties between the region...

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How Japan business ties add horsepower to Southeast growth

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – As leaders from seven Southeastern states gather with their Japanese counterparts for a high-level forum in Birmingham, this longstanding Trans-Pacific relationship is positioned to strengthen as trade and investment ties expand. Those strong economic bonds provide the foundation for the SEUS...

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International SEUS Japan 38 forum to kick off in Birmingham

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BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Business leaders and top government officials from Japan and seven Southeastern states will begin arriving in Birmingham this weekend for a major conference that aims to strengthen cultural ties and expand commercial opportunities. The annual joint forum of the Southeast U.S.-Japan...

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