Jason Seamann

August 12, 2017

Gov. Ricketts, Trade Delegation Return from Canadian Trade Mission

Today, Governor Pete Ricketts and the Nebraska trade delegation returned from a trade mission to Canada which highlighted the positive relationships Nebraska has developed with its largest export partner.  The Governor and his team are enthusiastic about growing opportunities for farmers, ranchers, and manufacturers in the state.
August 11, 2017

Meeting Notice – Housing Public Input Meeting

The Nebraska Department of Economic Development Housing Team is hosting this statewide input meeting. Your participation is important to provide direction to the department regarding housing related topic.
August 11, 2017
Gov. Pete Ricketts and the Nebraska trade delegation meet with U.S. officials at the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa.

Gov. Ricketts, Nebraska Producers Promote Agriculture during Canada Trade Mission

Governor Pete Ricketts and the Nebraska trade delegation kicked off the final leg of the Nebraska trade mission to Canada in Ottawa this Thursday.  In the morning, the Governor and delegation attended a Canadian Pork Council and Canadian Cattlemen Association event at the United States Embassy.
August 10, 2017
Picture of Eric Haider, Senior Care Administrator, Jo Leyland City Administrator, Johna Jablonski, City Councilmember, Charlesa Kline, City Council President, Miles Colson, Economic Development Loan Review Committee, Senator Hughes, Lt. Governor, Jason Tuller, City Economic Development Director, Doug Gaswick, City Councilmember, Brittany Hardin, Nebraska Department of Economic Development, and Steve and Deborah Schilke, owners of Broken Arrow Cellars

Lt. Gov. Foley Honors Imperial for Success in Housing, Business Recruitment

Lt. Gov. Mike Foley stressed the importance of local leadership and innovation within Imperial’s business community today, where he honored leaders for the city’s ongoing success in economic development. For the second time in five years, the Nebraska Diplomats and the Department of Economic Development (DED) have recognized the City of Imperial (pop. 2,122) for earning certification as an Economic Development Certified Community (EDCC). DED Business Development Consultant Brittany Hardin joined the Lt. Governor to recognize city leaders and supporters during a community coffee on Thursday morning.