The city of Delaware last week announced that it has hired Dan Whited as the new economic development coordinator, who will take the place of former coordinator Shannon Hamons.
“Dan’s comprehensive understanding of business development, finance, economics, municipal engineering and land development give him just the right tools to be a great fit for the position,” says Delaware City Manager Tom Homan. “The city of Delaware’s economic development coordinator position is critical to Delaware’s continued growth and success.”
The city’s economic development coordinator works closely with Delaware County’s economic development efforts, as well as regional initiatives, such as Columbus 2020. To read more about programs and incentives offered to small businesses in the city of Delaware, click here.
“My goal is to address the economic development needs of the city with a strategic and proactive approach,” says Whited. “The plan will focus on retaining and expanding the city’s economic base, while simultaneously administering a forward-thinking approach to marketing and capturing new businesses and jobs to expand our city’s tax base.”
Whited will begin the new position on Sept. 19.
To learn more about the city of Delaware, visit DelawareOhio.net.