2020 was a year of change for many organizations, but maybe for none more than the Kewaunee County Economic Development Corporation. It is their “reset” they will be discussing when the organization hosts its annual meeting on Thursday at Luxemburg’s Northbrook Country Club. Within the last year, the KCEDC has let go one executive director and hired another one while it fought for funding from the Kewaunee County Board. The organization has also had to find ways to provide assistance for the county’s businesses that were heavily impacted by the pandemic. Despite those challenges, KCEDC Vice-Chairperson Ryan Hoffmann believes the organization is in a good position moving forward.
People interested in attending the KCEDC Annual Meeting can register online to either attend the event in-person or virtually. Hoffmann says the meeting will also include more details about the KCEDC’s recent announcement that it would be partnering with the Greater Green Bay Chamber of Commerce to mutually promote the economic growth and diversity in Kewaunee County.