East NOLA BDD 

7240 Crowder Boulevard, Suite 301

New Orleans, La 70127

 

Office:
(504) 308-1346
 

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Upcoming Projects and Events

We at the East NOLA Business Development District are developing a host of exciting projects and tools to promote and support the growth of your business or organization. Please consider becoming a member to take full advantage of our upcoming projects and events.

East NOLA Business Billboard

The East NOLA Billboard will be used to rebrand and market East New Orleans as a powerful economic engine.   EAST NOLA BDD members will have an opportunity to advertise on the billboard, at no cost or a low cost depending on the level of membership.  The billboard is donated by Lamar Advertising Company and Premier Automotive Group to EAST NOLA BDD and GNO, Inc. 

Small Business Exposition /Open Air Marketplace

An EASTordinary open air white tent tops market place that will offer our community a treat to an eclectic mix of shopping, exhibits, arts, crafts, cuisine, and live entertainment.  This will be an evening affair to be held in an amazing atmosphere one of our many hidden gems the Lakefront Airport.

Real-Estate Site Selection and Market Analysis Tool

An integrated tool with a combine strategy, design and technology that will create a digital and community impact on economic investment in the ENO community. The Solution Stack for this tools includes a Site Selection and Market Analysis; Property Inventory and Data Collection; Data Integration and Fusing; Digital Marketing and Outreach Tools and Executive and Operational Dashboards.

Community Crime Roundtable

The Community Crime Roundtable will be designed to bring the media, political leaders, law enforcement agencies, area business owners, representatives from Orleans Parish School Board, local clergy, residents, and most important the News Media together to identify and discuss the crime issues they believe to be the most crucial to the safety and security of New Orleans East and how Crime is reported in the media.

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