Toyer Strategic Consulting has completed the Phase I of a two phase business retention and expansion project for the City of Pacific and Port of Seattle. The Phase I inventory discusses our methods for data collection, and categories and analyzes the types of existing businesses within Pacific’s corporate limits. Phase II of the project (now […]
Tag: economic development
The City of Spencer, Iowa has retained Toyer Strategic Consulting to assist their newly created Grow Spencer Commission with the development of an economic development work plan for the community. Check out this story in The Daily Reporter.
The U.S. Highway 2 corridor between Everett, Washington and Lake Stevens, Washington is a big transportation issue that impacts the lives of many residents and businesses. The Lake Stevens community has started a #LetsFixTheTrestle movement to help highlight the need for investment in this critical infrastructure. In a recent interview, David Toyer, owner of Toyer […]
Availability, affordability, attainability . . . have a few things in common. First, they can be used to describe various elements of a supply demand model (e.g. if it is rarely available, it is rare it’s affordable). Second, they are key discussion points in housing debates that are growing in importance nationwide. Why? Fast growing […]