San Marcos appoints Scott Hardwick as economic and business development manager

The San Marcos city manager named the city's new economic and business development manager.
The San Marcos city manager named the city's new economic and business development manager.

The San Marcos city manager named the city's new economic and business development manager.




San Marcos City Manager Bert Lumbreras announced that the city has hired Scott Hardwick as its economic and business development manager.

Hardwick is currently a senior business advisor with the University of Texas-San Antonio’s Small Business Development Center, according to a Nov. 7 press release from the city. His previous role of 15 years was as a tax consultant for Fortune 500 companies..



According to the release, his new role will focus on economic development and creating incentives to bring companies to San Marcos.



Hardwick will start his new position with the city on Nov. 18, according to the release. He has a degree from Miami University and is certified as an economic development finance professional by the National Development Council, in addition to being a member of the International Economic Development Council and the U.S. Green Building Council.

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