About TIP StrategiesTIP Strategies is a privately held Austin-based economic development consulting firm committed to providing quality solutions for public & private sector clients.
Jeff Marcell Joins TIP Strategies as Senior Partner
Jeff Marcell will vacate his position as President and CEO of the Economic Development Council of Seattle and King County to join TIP Strategies as a Senior Partner. Marcell brings 15 years' experience to the 20-year-old firm. His partnership will expand TIP's practice to the West Coast. Read more...
SXSW Panel: Startup Grind What Makes Austin a Startup Hub
TIP Strategies's Principal & Managing Director, Jon Roberts, will be presenting as part of a panel discussing what makes Austin a more successful startup town than some larger cities. The panel, Startup Grind What Makes Austin a Startup Hub
, will be held Saturday, March 8, from 12:30 pm at the Hilton downtown. Read more...
Understanding Your Talent Base
In an earlier decade, the practice of economic development could be essentially boiled down to one factor: the presence of fully served industrial land or an available building. Today, even the most traditional of practitioners would likely agree this framework has changed dramatically. The foundation for today’s economic development practice is talent. Read more...
Project Update: Chester County, PA
TIP Strategies was hired by Chester County Economic Development Council to assist in coordinating a new economic development initiative, Vision2025. The goal of the public-private is to help guide economic development efforts in Chester County for the next 10 years. Read more...
Visualization: Interactive Map Detailing Growth of Top Industries in 100 Most Populous U.S. Metros
The U.S. economy is composed of hundreds of industries that are spread across thousands of counties, and the interactions of these industries are huge engines for job formation and economic prosperity. CareerBuilder and EMSI have teamed up to create a powerful interactive map to visualize the enormity of the U.S. economy. Read more...