Check out OEDA’s Professional Development Offerings in February!
OEDA has two important sessions taking place in February, 2022 that will be of interest, including:
- For Economic Developers from the Dayton Region: ED Now, 9:00am, Friday, February 18, 2022, at University of Dayton River Campus, Daniel J. Curran Place, in partnership with Dayton Development Coalition, the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, University of Dayton and OEDA; “How Communities in the Dayton Region can be Competitive”
- For Economic Developers from Northeast Ohio: Team NEO ED Now, 7:30am, Friday, February 25 at Embassy Suites Independence, in partnership with Team NEO, JobsOhio, “What Does it Mean to Have a Vibrant Economy?” https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ed-now-tickets-228375105087?aff=website
You can find more information about all of these events at www.ohioeda.com/events.
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