National Journal Provides Outside Perspective Of Region
The National Journal recently did a series of articles on Greater Des Moines (DSM), which took a look at the young professional scene and growing diversity of the region. The articles highlighted to a national audience both the successes of our region and some of the challenges we face. These features provide a strong testament to the work that the Partnership’s Regional Members have done to make Des Moines even greater. Here is the full list:
Sept. 30 — Think Des Moines Is Full of Corn and White People? Think Again.
Oct. 1 — The Mayor of Des Moines Wants You to Know His City Is More Interesting Than You Think
Oct. 2 — How Latinos Are Saving Iowa
Oct. 8 — Why Des Moines Can Be a Model for Urban Schools
Oct. 9 — The People Who Can’t Take Advantage of the Des Moines Housing Boom
Oct. 16 — Do the Most Hipster Thing Possible — Move to Des Moines
About the Greater Des Moines Partnership
The Greater Des Moines Partnership is the economic and community development organization that serves Greater Des Moines (DSM), Iowa. Together with 23 Affiliate Chambers of Commerce, more than 6,100 Regional Business Members and more than 330 Investors, The Partnership drives economic growth with one voice, one mission and as one region. Through innovation, strategic planning and global collaboration, The Partnership grows opportunity, helps create jobs and promotes DSM as the best place to build a business, a career and a future. Learn more at DSMpartnership.com.