We have an ongoing number of projects for the first quarter of 2018.

One of the 3 primary industry targets for growth identified by the Tadzo reports is Logistics, Warehousing, and Distribution.

In December 2017 TRIDEC received a report from a WSU MBA Candidate, identifying 6 companies that may soon be in need of a distribution center in the Pacific Northwest. We have set up a campaign to initiate and foster relationships with the target businesses over the course of the next year.

TRIDEC has contracted a lead generation service to help us identify companies that may be nearing expansion or relocation efforts. We used this service to generate 50 leads for the Power-Gen trade show (an international energy convention) in December, of which we got 9 face-to-face meetings. We are also using this service to generate leads for Natural Products Expo West (world’s largest natural, organic, and healthy products event), which we’ll be attending in March.

We’ve seen an influx over the last year of businesses interested in massive amounts of power, which has been taken into consideration as the Cities and PUDs plan development for the coming years. There has also been an uptick of interest from data centers and bitcoin miners in Tri-City properties. Most of these inquiries are on a national scale, but we continue to find ways to set the Tri-Cities apart, and shine better, bolder, brighter.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at our office 509-735-1000.

Respectfully,

David Chavey-Reynaud
Business Recruitment Specialist