The City of Perry is dedicated to encouraging the growth of businesses in Perry. Perry primarily uses property tax-based financial assistance to support businesses and developers building and expanding within our community.
The Perry Area Chamber of Commerce promotes and strengthens members through active leadership, networking, promotional activities, educational programs and community involvement. The Chamber strives to provide quality member services, community support and economic development, We actively promote tourism and nurture an inviting atmosphere for area citizens and guests.
The Greater Dallas County Development Alliance works to protect and enhance our economic, social and environmental resources through the retention, expansion and fostering of business investments as well as working to enhance greater Dallas County community attributes.
The Greater Des Moines Partnership is the economic and community development organization that serves Greater Des Moines (DSM), Iowa. Together with 23 Affiliate Chambers of Commerce, more than 6,100 Regional Business Members and 320+ Investors, The Partnership drives economic growth with one voice, one mission and as one region. Through innovation, strategic planning and global collaboration, The Partnership grows opportunity, helps create jobs and promotes Des Moines as the best place to build a business, a career and a future.
Iowa’s Cultivation Corridor is where industry leaders from around the globe come to support and sustain the science that feeds the world. Throughout the Corridor, public and private partners are working with institutions of higher learning to cultivate innovation and accelerate growth in the agbioscience, biorenewables, biotech and advanced manufacturing industries. With a goal of further developing and marketing its world-renowned bioeconomy, the Cultivation Corridor is building on a rich history of innovation to enhance agricultural sustainability and accelerate business development by attracting new companies, talent and capital to central Iowa. Through new scientific discovery and research, experts in the Cultivation Corridor are forging new pathways to energy independence, sustainable food and feed, and innovative products made from renewable resources.
The Iowa Economic Development Authority helps clients successfully expand or relocate all or part of their business operations. They provide relevant facts and information to help make the right recommendations. Their team of experts works in confidence to generate an information package to meet the unique needs of each business. Their mission is to strengthen economic and community vitality by building partnerships and leveraging resources to make Iowa the choice for people and business. Through their two main divisions – business development and community development – IEDA administers several state and federal programs to meet its goals of assisting individuals, communities and businesses.
Des Moines Area Community College Business Resources is the first choice for talent development in Central Iowa. Qualifying businesses may have training and consulting services funded through one of two state supported programs.
IASourceLink connects Iowa entrepreneurs to a network of 360+ nonprofit resource organizations that provide business-building services. They facilitate the linking of these resource organizations to one another and to established, emerging and start-up small businesses.
Established in 1981, America’s SBDC Iowa (SBDC) provides no cost, confidential, customized, professional business advice in all 99 Iowa counties to entrepreneurs and existing businesses. They also present affordable workshops that teach practical skills and techniques, conduct research, provide comprehensive information services, and offer access to subject matter experts in a variety of fields.
City of Perry, Iowa- 'Make Yourself At Home!' | 1102 Willis Avenue P.O. Box 545, Perry, IA 50220 | (515) 465-2481