CCEDC President and CEO Gary Smith with Dr. Jerry Parker, President of DCCCCase Studies

Delaware County Community College

December 3, 2014

“Education and workforce development go hand-in-hand, and ultimately, workforce development is economic development.  So, building partnerships with a true goal of achievement for all has to result in success for students, businesses and the region’s economy.”

– Dr. Jerry Parker , President   Delaware County Community College

Practical Energy Solutions

September 16, 2014

“We have been a very active member of the CCEDC’s Smart Energy Initiative throughout the 7-year history of the partnership, and believe that the partnership has played, and should continue to play, a significant role in the growth of the energy industry in our region.”

– Paul Spiegel, Founder and President

Communications Test Design, Inc. (CTDI)

October 9, 2013

“With the help of the CCEDC and other business-development entities, CTDI has been able to build a multi-national company on the foundation values of service excellence, flexibility, local community involvement, responsibility and respect – all of which contribute so much to a good and rewarding quality of life.”

         -Jerry Parsons, Chairman & CEO, CTDI

QVC

September 16, 2013

“The CCEDC was instrumental in QVC’s ability to launch its business and studio operations in West Chester, PA in 1986. As QVC has grown globally, this site is now our world headquarters and home to a state-of-the art broadcast facility and studio tour attraction. We look forward to continuing to grow with the support of our employees, community partners, and the CCEDC.”

-Martin Bispels

Appeeling Fruit, Inc.

August 25, 2013

“Seedcopa’s infusion of capital over the last four years has helped us to grow from $1 million in sales per year to $12 million.  Efficiencies and product flow are much greater now, thus helping us to grow our business to the year round operation it is today.”

-Stephen Cygan

Y Prime

August 9, 2013

“CCEDC opened up avenues for us and were our first touch to the i2n program, whose tax credit program has gone a long way to help us get established.”

-Douglas Liberi, Vice President of Operations, Y Prime

Walmoore Holsteins Inc.

July 25, 2013

“The CCEDC helped finance expansion projects on our farm that increased our production and efficiency, and provided funding to attend the Managers’ Academy held by the Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin. Managers’ Academy is a 3-day, intensive, CEO-type training that includes tours of other businesses which are not dairies to learn how to better run our own businesses. Last year focused on crisis management, and it made me think about how that applies at our dairy.”

– Walt Moore, President, Walmoore Holsteins, Inc.

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