LSCP Changes Its Mission

After starting the Lake Superior Community Partnership 15 years ago, the group has launched a new mission and strategic plan.
With that comes a few changes.
The most rapid changes have already taken place during the past few years as the group’s new focus has shifted towards economic development.
LSCP CEO Amy Clickner says it was originally founded as a chamber of commerce-type organization aimed at promoting events and businesses in Marquette County, but she says with groups like the Gwinn-Sawyer Area Chamber and the Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Area Chamber now doing that type of work, the LSCP would only be duplicating their efforts in that area.
The LSCP’s new mission is to become a leading resource in economic development and create greater value for its business clients.
That means more networking opportunities for business groups.
and, even though the new brand was just released last night, its something they have been practicing for a while.
The LSCP hopes its new brand will allow it to work more efficiently on job creation and community wealth within the region.

Posted by: Mike Hoey

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