Budgets are tight. Good decisions are critical. A series of regional workshops designed to provide tools and techniques to measure economic impact can help community leaders determine the best investments for their communities’ economic future. Conducted at locations across Indiana this summer, the series’ next workshop will take place in New Albany.
Elected officials, community and economic development professionals, local volunteer leaders and university students will want to attend this dynamic regional workshop that will feature important topics such as: “Understanding Your Regional Economy”, “Measuring Economic Impact” and “Best Practices Impacting Economic Vitality.” Both Uric Dufrene and Brenda Swartz of the outheast School of Business will present during the workshop. Those in attendance will be able to participate in a Regional Resource Fair.
This workshop series is presented by the Economic Development Working Group, a unique collaboration of the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, Indiana Economic Development Corp., Association of Indiana Counties, Indiana Association of Cities and Towns, Indiana Economic Development Association, Ball State University, Indiana State University, Indiana University, Purdue University, and University of Southern Indiana.
New Albany Regional Economic Impact Workshop
June 28, 9 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.
University Center, Room 127
New Albany, Indiana
To register, please go to the following web link:
The $20 registration fee includes lunch.
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