Strategic Vision 2016 – 2018


Published October 6, 2016

On behalf of Greg Borduas, EDAC President ,and Penny Gardiner, EDAC CEO, and the members of the EDAC Board of Directors we are pleased to distribute to the membership a copy of the Economic Developers Association of Canada (EDAC) Strategic Vision 2016-2018.

The EDAC Board of Directors approved the updated Strategic Vision at its board meeting on September 15, 2016. The original EDAC Strategic Vision was developed by the EDAC Board of Directors in 2012.

I am pleased that the EDAC Board of Directors completed a review of the 2012-2015 EDAC Strategic Vision at its December 2015 board meeting in London, Ontario. The document outlines a series of Strategic Priorities to be undertaken by EDAC for the next three year period.

Greg Borduas, EDAC President

“The EDAC Strategic Vision 2016-2018 is an important foundation document”, commented Penny Gardiner, EDAC CEO. “This document will guide my work plan and provide strategic priorities for the benefit of the membership.”

EDAC members are encouraged to review the document and provide any comments to Penny Gardiner, EDAC CEO:

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