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Success of P4P is Good For Darke Co

GREENVILLE – Partnering for Progress (P4P) met for its quarterly meeting on Oct. 22 and celebrated its fifth anniversary. The program has successfully partnered local businesses with other businesses and education to make Darke County and the region stronger and more prepared to maintain the present businesses and experience growth.

Taken from the October 26, 2014 edition of The Early Bird

By Ryan Berry, Managing Editor

GREENVILLE – Partnering for Progress (P4P) met for its quarterly meeting on Oct. 22 and celebrated its fifth anniversary. The program has successfully partnered local businesses with other businesses and education to make Darke County and the region stronger and more prepared to maintain the present businesses and experience growth.

Since its start, P4P has assisted companies retain and create over 1,500 manufacturing positions, which added nearly $40 million of payroll annually into the Darke County community. The organization has also assisted companies with projects that represent more than $117 million in local capital expenditure. They have also secured more than $25 million in project incentives to assist growth.

Under the leadership of Economic Development Director Marc Saluk, P4P has gone from a one-man economic development department answering to three commissioners to a public-private, county-wide collaborative venture combing resources and input from companies, communities and schools across the region to drive the area forward. The investor base has more than doubled from 35 in 2009 to 85 today and includes investors from eight counties across three states. Darke County CIC, the governing board of P4P, now has representation from Mercer, Darke and Randolph Counties.

The organization now operates as mini-region.

Some of the biggest successes for P4P have included the following:

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