Register Now for the Team NEO / OEDA ED Now
ACT TODAY FOR YOUR COMMUNITY’S
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUTURE
Open to all local elected officials, candidates, board members, volunteers and local development professionals. Learn and be empowered to guide your community’s future locally.
Thursday, January 16, 2020
7:30 AM – 1:00 PM EST
Corporate College East
4400 Richmond Road
Warrensville Heights, OH 44128
Please join the Ohio Economic Development Association (OEDA), Team NEO and Bricker & Eckler for an event focused on strengthening your community.
You will benefit from expert presentations, interactive discussions and unmatched networking at this half-day conference:
- The How and Why of Local Strategic Plans
- Prepared Communities Win: How Your Community Can Compete
- Accessing Innovative Economic Development Tools & Resources
CLICK HERE to learn more and to Register Today!
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