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Leadership Baton Rouge Announces Class of 2022

Diverse group continues tradition of preparing region’s next cohort of leaders 

BRAC Launches Regional Jobs Portal

New website helps jobseekers match to local jobs and training.

BRAC and Forum 225 Announce Partnership to Retain Young Professionals

BRAC and Forum 225 announced a partnership agreement to better retain the region’s young professionals through civic involvement and volunteerism. The Capital Region’s first young professionals conference will be held in May.

BRAC Names 2022 Board Chair, Helena Cunningham

National Housing Consulting Services founder and CEO to preside over regional economic development board.

BRAC Outlines Major Progress for Economic Development in 2021

Regional EDO secures highest-ever annual capital investment in region

BRAC economic outlook: Whole Job Restoration Achievable by 2023 | Life-style

BATON ROUGE — The Baton Rouge Place Chamber (BRAC) these days forecast that the regional economic system is primed for development in 2022, based on new survey info and non-public forecasts incorporated in its 2022 Economic Outlook report, which was unveiled at a luncheon function presented by IBERIABANK, a division of First Horizon Financial institution. The report is available for obtain at brac.org/investigate.  

WATCH: “Pathways to Bright Futures,” initiative aims to give local students access to prosperous career paths

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – An event highlighting the potential futures of local students is taking place at Baton Rouge Community College on Tuesday.

BRAC economic outlook: Full Job Recovery Possible by 2023

BATON ROUGE — The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) today forecast that the regional economy is primed for growth in 2022, based upon new survey data and private forecasts included in its 2022 Economic Outlook report, which was released at a luncheon event presented by IBERIABANK, a division of First Horizon Bank.

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