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Posted on: June 3, 2019

New Economic Development Brochure Showcases Whatcom County

A new economic development brochure touting the benefits of doing business throughout Whatcom County including each of the small cities has been published by Whatcom County’s Regional Economic Partnership. The Regional Economic Partnership is funded jointly by the Port, City of Bellingham, and Whatcom County to promote and encourage economic growth throughout the region.

The new brochure identifies regional highlights that make Whatcom County an ideal place for businesses to grow and partnerships to flourish while maintaining a high quality of living and a healthy work-life balance. Resources available to companies interested in relocating to Whatcom County are also summarized.

For companies interested in doing business in Whatcom County, our region has it all: seven million residents within a 90 mile radius, one of the busiest U.S.-Canadian border crossings, eclectic downtowns, small city life, rural mountain and coastal living, an amazing live music scene, award-winning local artists, top-rated craft breweries, wineries, distilleries, berry farms, marinas, farm-to-table restaurants, proximity to the border, port access, parks and a huge number of recreational activities available to outdoor enthusiasts at all levels.

Economic Development Brochure
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