Dickinson County’s Economic Development Corporation’s Snapshot Review of 2022

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

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As we move towards 2023, Dickinson County’s Economic Development Corporation (DKEDC) would like to thank the residents, visitors, and business owners for their continued support throughout the year. It’s because of your unwavering assistance that our community continues to strengthen and grow. 

As the economic development team, it’s our goal to propel Dickinson County into a stable future by providing necessary resources for businesses looking to start, expand, or relocate to our modern-day Mayberry. With a robust infrastructure, affordable real estate costs, and a pro-business climate, we do all we can to remain an attractive location for current and future entrepreneurs, investors, and executives. 

Snapshot Review of 2022

DKEDC is dedicated to Bridging the County through service and relationships. We want to ensure Dickinson County that we are here with you and for you. Whether we are partnering, encouraging, teaching, or assisting, we offer support for the taking. Here is a condensed list of what DKEDC accomplished in 2022:

  • Assisted with the start of 44 new projects
  • Visited 320 local businesses
  • Attended multiple ribbon-cutting ceremonies for new and renovated businesses
  • Supported Pink Friday
  • Supported Small Business Saturday
  • Supported Impact the Cure
  • Supported Wild Bill Hickock Rodeo
  • Became a weekly participant in the Newcomer Community Fair
  • Offered Lunch & Learn sessions

The list is much longer and we are appreciative. We thank all who allowed us to collaborate, team-up, and ally. 


December is Write A Business Plan Month. If you have an idea you would like to put into motion or are a current business owner ready to update your business plan, make an appointment with us. DKEDC is here to help new business owners create a solid foundation as well as current business owners expand and succeed. We look forward to connecting with you. 

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