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Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership:

For a Stronger Regional Economy

“When recruiting business with a regional approach, there are no county lines or city limits.”

– David G. Brown, president and CEO, the Greater Omaha Chamber

It is a powerful coalition with a singular focus: create jobs and encourage capital investment in the metropolitan region for the benefit of all. Representing a six county area, the Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership includes:


The Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership, a program of the Greater Omaha Chamber, embraces an innovative two-state, regional approach to economic development, increasing jobs and investment in eastern Nebraska and southwest Iowa by providing a full range of economic development services. Working across state lines, the Partnership brings together the economic development organizations of the Chamber and the City of Omaha (Douglas County), Advance Southwest Iowa (City of Council Bluffs/Pottawattamie County), Cass County Nebraska Economic Development Council, Gateway Development Corporation (Washington County), Greater Fremont Development Council (Dodge County) and Sarpy County Economic Development Corporation. The combined organizations are co-located within the Greater Omaha Chamber.


Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership
1301 Harney St. - Omaha, NE 68102
Phone 402-346-5000 - 800-852-2622 - Fax 402-346-7050

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