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Louisiana Economic Development

Don Pierson

Secretary of Economic Development

617 North Third Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802-5239
Phone : 225-342-3000
Toll-free : 800-450-8115
Fax : 225-342-3000
Email : Don.Pierson@LA.gov
Website : www.OpportunityLouisiana.com

Targeted Industries

•   Aerospace & Defense
•   Automotive
•   Bio & Pharmaceuticals
•   Logistics, Warehousing & Distribution
•   Metals
•   Plastics
•   Technology/R&D

About Louisiana Economic Development

LA: Citadel Completions LLC to Invest $17.6M, Hire 250+ for Aircraft Center

Development News | May 18, 2018

Aircraft center project dedicated to interior jet modifications & maintenance in Lake Charles, LA, to result in 600+ new direct, indirect jobs. more >>


LA: Western Global Airlines to Open Aircraft Maintenance Facility, Hire 170

Development News | May 9, 2018

At Shreveport Regional Airport, cargo freight carrier to invest $3M for tooling & equipment to support the 152,000-sq-ft Hangar 40. more >>


LA: Syrah Resources Selects Vidalia as Site for $25M, 25-New Job Facility

Development News | May 1, 2018

Australia-based co. plans initial graphite processing plant in a 50,000-sq-ft industrial building near Vidalia Port it may expand at a later date. more >>


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CiCi Community Impact Awards

Article | April 30, 2018

Want to see community transformations resulting from companies' location choices? Simply read the CiCi Community Impact Awards stories. more >>


LA: Twistlock to Open Software Engineering Office, Create 43 Baton Rouge Jobs

Development News | April 26, 2018

Cybersecurity firm will operate at LSU Innovation Park; project to result in 43 new direct, indirect jobs. more >>


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Louisiana Economic Development

LED FastStart Tops Workforce Training Program Rankings for 8th Year

December 13, 2017

Since launching in 2008, LED FastStart® has raised the bar and elevated expectations for what a best-in-class workforce program should be. more >>


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