• Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation
  • Serving Cumberland County
  • Pennsylvania’s destination for business and leisure

News

CAEDC Weekly eNewsletter 11/21/2023

Top Story: New Destination Sales Grant CAEDC announced a new Destination Sales Grant, opening November 15, 2023. The purpose is to attract quality events to the region that increase overnight travel in …

read more
The Benefits of Apprenticeships for Employers and Employees

An apprenticeship is a cost-effective way for organizations to grow talent without spending money on new hires. While apprenticeships have associated costs, they lower long-term recruitment and training costs by giving …

read more
CAEDC Weekly eNewsletter 11/14/2023

Top Story: How Small Businesses Stay Competitive in a Digital Age Nearly 90% of small business owners cite technology as a leading factor for surviving and thriving in challenging conditions — and that goes …

read more
CAEDC Launches Destination Sales Grant, Aiming to Increase Overnight Stays and Visitation in Cumberland County

Mechanicsburg, Pa – The Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation (CAEDC) through its destination marketing arm, the Cumberland Valley Visitors Bureau, is announcing a new Destination Sales Grant, opening November 15, …

read more
CAEDC Weekly eNewsletter 11/7/2023

Top Story: Cumberland County’s Strong Economy Supported by Military Installations & Federal Spending Cumberland County is known for its rich history, picturesque landscapes, and thriving communities. Ranked as the fastest-growing county in …

read more
Cumberland County’s Strong Economy Supported by Military Installations & Federal Spending

Nestled in the heart of southcentral Pennsylvania, Cumberland County is known for its rich history, picturesque landscapes, and thriving communities. Ranked as the fastest-growing county in the Commonwealth, Cumberland County’s …

read more
CAEDC Weekly eNewsletter 10/31/2023

Top Story: CAEDC’s Strategy for Increased Hotel Tax Revenue CAEDC is proposing an adjustment to the county’s hotel occupancy tax from the present 3% to the allowable 5%. Funds raised from this …

read more
Print Friendly, PDF & Email