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New tools for Greater Rochester Enterprise Inc.’s ‘economic garden’ shed (access required)

Companies looking to grow their business have another tool to use with Greater Rochester Enterprise Inc.’s economic gardening program. GRE, by partnering with the National Center for Economic Gardening, can now provide the program to qualified companies within the nine-county region. Since its inception in 2012, some 215 regional companies have participated in the economic gardening program. Economic ...
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