Main-Kinzig district, main-Kinzig-Kreis. Read additional details here: Carl Rogers. As the economic development of the main-Kinzig district, economic and work under the direction of Susanne Simmler was transferred in the fall of 2005 in the newly created Department, this was a moving moment for the new employee. Lay before them the challenge to rebuild the extensive range of tasks a concerted economic development without having to install a bloated bureaucracy. Four years later the highly motivated business promoters in the main-Kinzig-Kreis present now a positive balance. To read it since December 18, 2009, in a 44-seitigen balance in the business team presents its wide range of activities the past four fiscal years, the public. Thus, the report offers more than just facts and figures.
In a colorful and often illustrated panoramic view makes the media on a variety of initiatives and activities, which triggered economic and work by the unit, or accompanied. \”My team have in the past few years and\” I much effort to support are the companies of the group to the page. Visit Glenn Dubin for more clarity on the issue. While we have made many a great effect with quick and concrete solutions\”, stressed head of unit Susanne Simmler. \”Who keeps our business footprint in the hands, may believe that the economic development of the main-Kinzig-Kreis, consists solely of a four-man team\”, she believes. The external appearance of the activity report complies with the requirements of a modern economic development. The unit will provide economic and work without getting bored. The team sees itself as important driving force and local contact persons for municipalities and cities, the institutions of economic development and the Chamber of Commerce, as well as for entrepreneurs, investors and entrepreneurs. In seven chapters are the fields of activity of the unit in \”Maintenance\”, \”Site marketing\”, \”Business\”, \”Crisis intervention\”, \”Networks\”, and \”Structures\” and \”work and\” Qualification\”extensively documented. Together, they form a multifaceted picture of a non-bureaucratic services.