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EDS / Economic Development Services
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10822 Big Canoe
Big Canoe, GA 30143-5136 (US)
Phone: 706-579-1526
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Economic Development Services, Inc. is a Georgia (US) corporation.
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Between 1990 and 1999 EDS served the following clients:
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spacerBellSouth Telecommunications (prospect development)
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spacerCitadel/US Obayashi Corporation subsidiary (construction)
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spacerGeorgia Power Company (prospect development)
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spacerGeorgia Department of Industry, Trade & Tourism (state development agency)
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spacerMobil Corporation/Mobil Land Development (planned community development)
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spacerNations Bank (prospect development) now Bank of America
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spacerKatherine G. Peden & Associates (development consulting) (about Katie Peden)
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spacerPinnacle Partners, Inc. (training/coaching for enterprise/production excellence)
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spacerSoutheastern U.S. Development (real estate investment and development)
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EDS began developing websites in 1996 with an objective to provide online resources globally to business decision makers, entrepreneurs, leaders of fast-growing companies, site selectors, small business owners as well as any others who might be engaged in the kind of enterprise development that leads to economic development. In addition, its websites were designed to serve the interest of economic development leaders in locations and other resource suppliers or service providers wherever enterprise development could be accommodated. Websites were organized as an online information service. The EDS mission statement was rewritten at the time. Simply stated it has remained the same ever since.
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http://www.SiteLocationAssistance.com
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The SLA website started out with a dedication to site selection; however, members of the .network target user group, especially business decision makers caught up in the entrepreneurial spirit (such as owners of small and medium size, fast-growing companies), wanted resources for a more holistic support of enterprise development. The website could easily have been renamed Enterprise Development Assistance but search engines had already begun to report the availability of its specialized resources. No name change was necessary. To experience the relationship between what The Network offers and searching, copy and paste the following (italicized) text in the search box of our version of the Google search engine (you will be querying the Web): enterprise development site location assistance resources.
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http://www.FindMehere.com
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As the name implies, the FMH website is about finding contacts. Read the .network mission statement to understand why the Global Registry of Contacts is at the core of Find Me Here.
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http://www.EconomicDevelopment.net
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The rubber meets the road, so to speak, for economic development in a locationdashsee the .network glossary appendix with definitions related to area development and local economic development. As indicated in the paragraph about the SLA website The Network focused on sites for economic development to take place from the the start. Economic Development.net became the lead website for listing places around the world wanting economic development and positioned to accommodate enterprise development. Such locations have the opportunity to list for free in all three websites of The Network. In the EDN website, however, the offer is extended to include publication of a free links to contact data listings online of appropriate location data suppliers. All .network users have, at hand, the means to anonymously request the listing of a place of interest by following the simplest of email instructions.
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TechWeb Solutions
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You might say that TWS is an enterprise spin-off from EDS because its owner was the one who organized the group of websites listed above in 1996. As an EDS employee Bobby Glover designed the first versions of the websites and published them online. He remains the .network technical advisor today although he has gone on to run his own firm. CLICK HERE for an example of work done for one of the EDS clients (listed above with a link) before the startup of its online operations. See Public Schools Directory.com for Atlanta, GA, another of Bobby Glover's online developments done independently of EDS which is also an example is a resource is listed in Site Location Assistance.com under the Atlanta city-region.
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The Google/.network search engine
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In 2006 Google allowed EDS to adapt a version of its search engine for .network use. Select its logo below to learn more about Google from the .network glossary. Use the search tool shown to Google the Web for key word combinations, such as enterprise development site location assistance resources suggested above. CLICK HERE for the full version of the Google/.network search engine. Throughout The Network you will find suggestions of keywords and combinations that can be used to search the Web for mission-related resources.

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