The St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation (SBEDF) will be hosting a free workshop entitled Avoiding Traps in the Water: Navigating Laws and Regulations for Your Coastal Business. The event will take place Tuesday, November 10, 2015 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM at the Meraux Foundation’s Docville Farm (5124 E. St. Bernard Hwy, Violet, LA).
On October 20, 2015, the St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation (SBEDF) Executive Director, Andrew Jacques, provided an update to the St. Bernard Parish Council.
Fast-Growing New Startup to Add Dozens of Jobs to St. Bernard Economy. Ship Tech Services provides maritime, environmental and industrial cleaning services for ships, barges, tanks and other vessels throughout the Gulf Coast.
Ten years have passed since Hurricane Katrina, and Southern Louisiana is emerging from the storm as a true leader in digital media, workforce development, infrastructure and much more.
The St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation welcomes the Old Arabi Marketplace to the Parish. In just one month, the new business is fast becoming a destination for shoppers in the newly-formed Arabi Arts District.
St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation hosting workshop as part of Working on Water series on Tuesday, September 22.
SBEDF pens letter to the editor of the Times-Picayune in wake of stories published about St. Bernardians setting down roots elsewhere during coverage of the 10th anniversary of Katrina.
St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation Executive Director Andrew Jacques discussed economic development at the Old Arabi Neighborhood Association.
St. Bernard Economic Development Foundation Executive Director Andrew Jacques and Chairman Joseph DiFatta provided an update on economic development in St. Bernard Parish to WWLTV.