Meet our newest team member and discover how we are fueling local growth

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We are thrilled to introduce the newest member of the Economic Innovation and Growth team, Kent McMullin. Kent will be an asset to an already strong team, bringing more than 25 years experience in economic development with the City of Edmonton and Edmonton Economic Development Corporation. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his role as our Senior Investment Attraction Officer.

As a team, our goal is to support and promote the County as an internationally competitive place to do, grow and sustain diverse business. With Kent on board, we are confident that we can provide even more valuable resources and guidance to those looking to invest.

“I am excited to join Sturgeon’s Economic Innovation and Growth team as we collectively work with local industry to implement the County’s Investment Attraction Strategy,” says Kent McMullin.

Kent has experience working with investors across all sectors and has extensive experience in international trade. He’s an active member of the economic development community, and is internationally recognized for his efforts, having received recognition from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and Economic Developers Alberta (EDA), and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee and Platinum Jubilee medals.

We encourage those with investment interests to reach out and introduce themselves to Kent. He is eager to meet you, learn about your interests, and discuss how he can help support your growth and success.

Please join us in welcoming Kent to the team. We look forward to working together to build a thriving business community in our area.

Let’s Work Together

Work with our team to identify economic benefits, including qualified suppliers, world-class research partners, incentives and shovel-ready development sites. Don’t hesitate to reach out to our Senior Investment Attraction Officer, Kent McMullin.

Phone: 780-939-1375

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