Canterbury Development Corporation (CDC) is the economic development agency for Christchurch City Council.
The fundamental aims of CDC are to:
- Drive regional economic growth for the benefit of the community
- Plan and forecast economic and workforce dynamics which accelerate the key productivity drivers in the region
- Identify sectors and businesses with high growth potential and support their development
- Be the national leader in the commercialisation of innovation
- Complement and support national and local government aims and initiatives
The CDC 2012 Annual Report is available here.
- In partnership with the Christchurch City Council (CCC) and the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA), to aid earthquake recovery for local businesses and industry
- Drive long term sustainable growth
- Revise and expand the Christchurch Economic Development Strategy (CEDS)
- Lead the Canterbury Regional Innovation System (CRIS) and drive the successful commercialisation of innovation
- Help high growth local firms achieve their potential
- Grow key business sectors
- Attract, retain and develop high quality skills, investment and jobs
- Enable infrastructure
CDC’s services are free and confidential. Get in touch with us now to find out how we can help your business reach its growth potential.
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If you’re new to Canterbury or not sure if CDC is the right organisation to help you, click on the below links to find out how to: