Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership

REGIONAL PARTNERS

Greater Omaha Chamber >>
The Greater Omaha Chamber provides leadership for the Partnership through the Economic Development Council. This high-level group of business leaders acts as the overall policy-setting entity for the Chamber’s economic development efforts.

Sarpy County Economic Development Corporation (SCEDC) >>
Founded in 1975, the SCEDC is a cooperative venture between the county’s public and private sectors and the Greater Omaha community. A private, nonprofit corporation, SCEDC helps regional growth through recruitment and development of commercial and industrial enterprises.

Gateway Development Corporation >>
Representing one of Nebraska’s fastest growing areas, Washington County’s Gateway Development Corporation spearheads efforts to bring business expansion, new businesses, economic opportunity, capital investment and quality jobs to the communities it serves. 

Cass County Nebraska Economic Development Council (CCNEDC) >> 
Cass County Nebraska Economic Development Council was founded in 2000, and is a joint venture between the county’s public and private sectors. CCNEDC formally joined the Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership in 2008.

Greater Fremont Development Council (GFDC) >> 
GFDC formally joined the Greater Omaha Economic Development Partnership in 2013.

Advance Southwest Iowa Corporation >>
Advance Southwest Iowa, a recently-established public-private partnership of the City of Council Bluffs, Council Bluffs Area Chamber of Commerce, Iowa West Foundation, Pottawattamie County and the Western Iowa Development Association formally joined the Partnership in 2014.

Other area chambers
Blair Area Chamber of Commerce, Bellevue Chamber of Commerce, Council Bluffs Area Chamber of Commerce, Fremont Chamber of Commerce, Gretna Chamber of Commerce, La Vista Chamber of Commerce, Ralston Area Chamber of Commerce, Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce, Western Douglas County Chamber of Commerce