ENJEN's opinion is to not not waste time in disagreement about what is, but rather advocate for small to mid-market companies to match their growth with RFP's for economic tax breaks that support real job creation and workforce development. A responsible use of tax dollars instead of what Payton Alexander points out as money going to those who ask for it.
Combining efforts between government agencies and private industry to grow business is the wave of the future. The efforts led by the private cooperative economic development organization, known as the Milwaukee Seven, was instrumental in facilitating the headline news breaking deal. This can serve as an example of the potential a business can stand to gain when utilizing the focused efforts of growth advocacy and alignment or matching with the right economic region. Read the lastest on this deal from ABC's Scott Bauer: