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1Berkshire Director of Economic Development
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Berkshire Economic Recovery Program Seeking Consultants for Consideration
July 8, 2021 – Berkshire County, MA – 1Berkshire, in partnership with Berkshire Regional Planning Commission along with support from the United States Economic Development Administration, is seeking experienced consultants for consideration to be hired as part of the Berkshire Economic Recovery Program.
The Berkshire Economic Recovery Program is a two-year initiative to provide enhanced technical support to both businesses and municipalities in the Berkshires to assist in recovery and ongoing resiliency work. Consultants of a wide range of expertise will be considered to facilitate the effort by providing workshops and/or direct one-on-one consulting services.
To be considered as a potential hired consultant, individuals are required to complete the Berkshire Economic Recovery Program Technical Assistance Consultant Intake Form found at https://forms.gle/fauNZPha2ZJ9DAL68
For more information, or for additional inquiries, please contact the 1Berkshire Economic Development Team at EconomicDev@1berkshire.com.
1Berkshire is a county-wide organization focused on economic development and promotion of the region as a preferred place to visit, to live, and to grow a business. It provides programs that connect businesses with each other and with potential customers and works to develop future leaders and support entrepreneurs. For more information, visit 1Berkshire.com.
About Berkshire Regional Planning Commission
Berkshire Regional Planning Commission is the regional planning agency for Berkshire County, Massachusetts. BRPC assists the thirty-two Berkshire cities and towns in a diverse set of topics including community and economic development, community planning, data and information services, emergency preparedness planning, environmental and energy planning, regional services, public health and transportation planning. BRPC promotes regional collaboration among communities and works to increase coordination between all levels of government.