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SEDCO approves 2 deals with GlobiTech

May 15, 2018, William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat: Eight months after its last deal with GlobiTech, the Sherman Economic Development Corp. approved two separate deals with the local silicon-epitaxy manufacturer on Tuesday.   The SEDCO board of directors approved a land purchase contract for GlobiTech to purchase 2.2 acres for $10,000 and a separate performance agreement with the Read More

GlobiTech wins industry showdown at SEDCO picnic

May 5, 2018, William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat: Representatives from 12 Sherman industries gathered at Pecan Grove Park Saturday for the Sherman Economic Development Corp.’s Industry Appreciation Picnic.   Employees and their family members enjoyed free treats, games and prizes, with the big attraction being the first Sherman Industry Showdown Competition. Teams from eight local Read More

SEDCO, DDA VPs awarded Certified Economic Developer designations

March 27, 2018, William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat: A pair of local economic development professionals were recently awarded the Certified Economic Developer designation by the International Economic Development Council.   Sherman Economic Development Corp. Vice President of Business Retention & Expansion Stacey Jones and Denison Development Alliance Vice President of Economic Development William Myers were Read More

SEDCO approves $47.5K incentive for Presco

March 26, 2018, William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat:  The local Presco Polymers LP facility is adding new automation equipment and getting support for it from the Sherman Economic Development Corp.   The SEDCO board of directors recently approved a $47,500 incentive for the company, which is planning to invest $950,000 in capital improvements at its Read More

SEDCO launches campaign to lure workers to Sherman

February 8, 2018, Carley Banks, KTEN News The Sherman Economic Development Corporation has launched a nationwide campaign to bring needed workers to the city. “The goal is to help our existing and new industries and helping them to thrive,” said Ashton Ghaemi, SEDCO’s director of research and marketing. “If they need people, we’re gonna get them Read More

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