Reports and Brochures
EDW regularly updates its assortment of collateral materials, and many of these assume the form of promotional or informational reports and brochures.
Among other most-requested offerings, EDW's annual report materials, GROW in WINNIPEG brochure, Winnipeg Fast Facts summary and Economic Performance Indicators document are found here.
Looking for More?
Not included here are several other EDW-authored items available on the website that may aid in your search for Winnipeg-specific information. Consider exploring the following publications:
- Click here for sector briefs and profiles.
- Click here for company profiles.
- Click here for community progress reports.
- Click here for Winnipeg economic highlights.
- Click here for the Sitelines newsletter.
- Click here for the Winnipeg in the News monthly roundup.
EDW provides a wealth of information on its website. As much as we’ve tried to make the location of our documents intuitive for those unfamiliar with this website, we know it can still sometimes be a challenge to find what you need.
Everyone at EDW is ready to help you. That’s our job. So if you can’t find something quickly, stop looking and contact us directly instead. However, Croft Petersmeyer and Edward Suzuki (at right) commonly offer guidance about EDW’s array of marketing and research collateral.
2016 Economic Development Winnipeg Annual Report
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A common theme for governments, businesses, and every reputable academic institution and industry association can be summed up in one word: accountability. Given the recent winds of change blowing south of the border, the short- and long-term consequences of which remain elusive but troubling, tackling the local and regional challenges we all face with rigour and resolve is perhaps more important today than ever before.
2016 Economic Development Winnipeg Annual Report - Financials
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KPMG audited the financial statements of Economic Development Winnipeg Inc., which comprise the statement of financial position as at December 31, 2016, the statements of revenue and expenditures, changes in net assets and cash flows for the year then ended, and notes, comprising a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information.
2016 Economic Performance Indicators
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Winnipeg has one of the most diverse economies of any major city in Canada. Winnipeg’s aerospace, finance and insurance, transportation, agribusiness, information technology, furniture and apparel industries provide a solid economic base that serves the community well. Overall, Winnipeg’s diverse economy provides a stable workforce, low unemployment rate and a cushion against major fluctuations resulting from downturns in the economy.
Downtown Trends: Downtown Winnipeg Market Research
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This succint booklet offers a compelling snapshot of up-to-date data that outlines the prevailing market conditions within the city centre. Compiled in partnership with Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, CentreVenture Development Corporation, The Forks North Portage Partnership, Economic Development Winnipeg and the University of Winnipeg's Institute of Urban Studies, the report is full of facts and figures about downtown, including research about the people who go there to work, live, learn and be entertained.
Economic Development Winnipeg 2016-2018 Business Plan
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Economic Development Winnipeg's three-year rolling business plan provides a concise overview of the organization's priorities, strategies and structure for 2016 through 2018.
GROW in WINNIPEG Brochure
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This brochure offers a succinct overview of Winnipeg's 10 key economic sectors. Our city has always been economically strong. Stable. Self-contained. Self-reliant. Opportunities to grow quicker, stronger, bigger, and richer abound in Winnipeg.
City of Winnipeg Economic Development Strategy 2013-2017
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This is a five-year plan offering a series of objectives and associated actions built to further the principal municipal planning document (OurWinnipeg) through three primary themes: business and industrial opportunities, social and community development and emerging technologies.