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Bridge.jobs Study Shows Only 30% of RI Employers Host Interns Yet 91% believe an internship is beneficial on a job applicant’s resume WARWICK, RI (March 31, 2014) – bRIdge.jobs, a program of the RI Student Loan Authority (RISLA), the Governor’s...

Study Shows Only 30% of RI Employers Host Interns


While a survey of Michigan’s Grand Haven Board of Light & Power customers revealed support for local generation and renewable energy, a majority of those customers were not inclined to pay a higher price for their energy to support local generation or...

Customers Want New Services, But Don’t Necessarily Want to Pay for Them


At the Lodi City Council meeting on June 15, council members heard that while residents are generally happy with the Lodi Electric Utility, there is room for improvement. The biggest concerns from customers revolved around communications and transparency from the utility, and...

Lodi Electric Utility Survey Focuses On Customer Service


The Florida Municipal Power Agency (“FMPA”) held a public meeting on Thursday, February 16, in which the agency shared the results of a solar survey conducted among the residential electric customers of ten of the city utilities that are FMPA members. Michael...

FMPA Solar Survey Results Reveal Opportunity for Utility-Sourced Solar


Connecticut Planning The Northeast neighborhood serves as an important entry corridor into the City of Hartford and was once home to a mixed-income community with a strong manufacturing base. Conditions documented over ten years ago, as evidenced by the 2001 Strategic Plan...

ReImagine, ReVitalize, ReAssert Main Street


Customer data gathered through the alliance of Hometown Connections & GreatBlue Research is helping public power utilities deliver services their customers want and value. The following are highlights of recent market research projects: Lodi Electric Utility Survey Focuses on Customer Service GreatBlue conducted commercial...

Customer Research Project Supports Public Power


B2B Companies Increase Brand Strategy Spend BOSTON, Feb. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In the next five years, 81.3% of business-to-business (B2B) companies expect to invest more in their brand strategies, according to new research published by Boston-based brand strategy consultancy Spencer Brenneman....

Leading B2B Insights For Driving Successful Brands