This week, Dave talks about why economic development is so important for southwest Mississippi, and how it happens.
This week, Dave talks with Jill Gilbert, Franklin County Chancery Clerk, about how taxes and land availability affect economic development.
This week, Dave talks with Celine Craig, the Director of Human Resources at one of southwest Mississippi’s largest employers, King’s Daughters Medical Center in Brookhaven.
This week, Dave talks with Dr. Jane Hulon, president of Co-Lin Community College.
This week, Dave sits down with Southern District Highway Commissioner Tom King to discuss economic development in southwest Mississippi.
This week, Dave talks about some fantastic opportunities in our area for those looking for jobs, both from existing companies and others that may be coming to Mississippi very soon.
This week, Dave talks with Pam Keaton, Economic Developer for Walthall County, about their growth and what needs to be done in the future.
This week, Dave talks with Eric Weill, head of Universal Wearparts Inc. in Tylertown, about the 56-year-old business, and his views on economic growth and development in southwest Mississippi.
This week, Dave discusses the unemployment figures for southwest Mississippi, and the importance of economic growth for our area.
This week, Dave talks with Doug Hoy, Public Affairs Manager for Georgia Pacific, about the effect on the local economy from having a massive employer located in Southwest Mississippi, and what they think is important when looking for employees.
This week, Dave talks about the ACT Work Keys assessment with Kenny Goza from Co-Lin Community College.
This week, Dave talks with SuperTalk’s very own Heather Wilmuth Thurgood about new movies being filmed in Mississippi, and what the movie industry means to economic development for the state.