Belong in Baldwin: New campaign offers gold standard in economic development –

Baldwin County, Alabama has a lot to show off these days. Thanks to a new groundbreaking talent campaign by the Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance, more people across the globe will get to hear and see it. 

Belong in Baldwin” will spotlight the wealth of opportunities and unparalleled lifestyle that Baldwin County offers to professionals, both at the start of their career, as well as those on the search for their next big move along the way. 

As the 7th fastest-growing metropolitan area in the United States, Baldwin County is experiencing unprecedented expansion, and “Belong in Baldwin” aims to harness this momentum by connecting with talented individuals nationwide.

The campaign is centered on guiding professionals through the decision-making process, linking them to diverse opportunities, and providing vital resources for organizations seeking to attract and develop top-tier talent.

The Baldwin County Economic Development Alliance is a partnership of local public and private professionals, leaders, and officials dedicated to providing opportunities for businesses in Baldwin County, growing and improving the county’s economy, and ensuring exceptional quality of life for Baldwin County’s residents and employees.

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“With the recent infusion of major industries and investment entering the market, the potential for students and young talent to both make a home and an impact in Baldwin County is greater than ever,” BCEDA President Lee Lawson said.

“It is through talent attraction and development that industries thrive, creating a dynamic ecosystem where innovation flourishes, businesses expand and the foundation for lasting success is laid.” 

With a focus on cultivating a county-wide culture that champions the development of young talent, offers competitive opportunities, and continuously evolves to attract and retain best-in-class professionals, “Belong in Baldwin” is set to revolutionize the landscape of existing and incoming talent in the region.

Grayson Everett is the state and political editor for Yellowhammer News. You can follow him on Twitter @Grayson270

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