DC – June 12, 2017 – The National Association for County Community and
Economic Development (NACCED) announced today that IMPLAN Group is the newest
member to join NACCED as a platinum associate member. NACCED’s associate
members are private entities providing valuable products and services within
the affordable housing, community development and economic development
industry. They are established industry leaders,
committed to promoting and enhancing the success of counties implementing the
nation’s affordable housing and community development programs.
is the premier provider of economic impact data and software. By pairing
classic input-output analysis with regional social accounting matrices (SAMs),
IMPLAN provides analysts with the most trusted, accurate, and adaptable model
for performing specialized economic impacts.
years IMPLAN has helped economic developers obtain a multitude of actionable
information about their projects. Whether it’s examining the economic
contribution of industries to regional economies, assessing incentives for
business relocations, or evaluating the use of CDBG funds, IMPLAN’s wide range
of uses brings success to economic development efforts.
The CEO of IMPLAN Group, Bill Ault, said of the new
partnership, "This move was a natural fit for IMPLAN. Having been in the
space for over 30 years, we're very excited to join a community of like-minded
economic development leaders. It's an amazing opportunity to deliver real value
to NACCED members while also growing our products and services with the help of
their collective wisdom.”
Please join us in welcoming IMPLAN Group to the NACCED family!
more information on IMPLAN Group, visit them at www.implan.com. @ImplanGroup (Twitter)
more information on NACCED and how to join, click here.
The National Association of County
Community and Economic Development (NACCED) was established as an affiliate of
the National Association of Counties (NACo) in 1978 to develop the technical
capacity of county government practitioners that administer federally-funded
affordable housing, community development, and economic development programs benefiting low- and moderate-income households.
NACCED provides information, training
and representation to counties receiving direct assistance from the Department
of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD’s) Community Planning and Development
(CPD) programs, including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME
Investment Partnerships (HOME), and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) programs.
NACCED serves as voice in Washington
on budgetary, programmatic, and regulatory issues pertaining to community
development, economic development, and affordable housing. To learn more, visit www.nacced.org.