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2016 REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT 

MAY 26, 2016 | SINCLAIR COMMUNITY COLLEGE REGISTER | SPONSOR 


Connect with the Best at Dayton Premier Education Event for Development Professionals

The I-70/75 Development Association’s Regional Economic Development Summit is one of southwest Ohio’s most popular – and most comprehensive – professional development events. Over 200 people typically attend, including representatives from industry, development companies, real estate firms, government, economic development organizations, financial institutions, utility companies, institutions of higher learning and students.


This day-long economic development conference features respected keynote speakers – and more. During concurrent sessions, expert presenters share news, trends and how-to’s on topics such as finance, real estate, regional cooperation, workforce development, infrastructure construction and other areas of interest.


The summit and post-summit reception are structured to provide participants many opportunities to build their network with a wide variety of development professionals from the Dayton region.

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Date: Thursday, May 26, 2016

Time: 7:45am to 4:30pm

Location: 
Sinclair Community College Ponitz Center
Building 12, 301 W. Fourth Street, Dayton OH  45410

Cost: $75.00 per person members (includes all-day registration, lunch, and reception)
          $100.00 per person non-members (includes all-day registration, lunch, and reception)

Keynote Speaker: Jay Williams, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development (EDA)

Closing Speaker: Dean Barber, National Site Selector, Barber Business Advisors

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2016 Agenda (Tentative)

7:45am
Registration, Continental Breakfast, Networking

8:30am
General Session - Keynote
Jay Williams, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development (EDA)

9:30am
Sessions: Smith Auditorium and Early Room

DAYTON REGION REAL ESTATE UPDATE & ANALYSIS
Dave Dickerson - Partner & President, Miller-Valentine Group
Steve Ireland, Vice President, Miller-Valentine Group

21st CENTURY LIBRARIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE COMMUNITY 
Tim Kambitsch, Executive Director, Dayton Metro Library

10:45am
Sessions: Smith Auditorium and Early Room 

GOING PLACES INITIATIVE – WHAT”S NEXT
Brian Martin, Executive Director, MVRPC 
Martin Kim, Director of Regional Planning, MVRPC 
Lynn Zuch, research Associate, MVRPC

INNOVATIVE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES & PROGRAMS
Jim Hill, Accelerate, Sinclair Community College
Kelly Geers, Learn to Earn

11:45am
Lunch (provided): Great Hall
Bill Weyland, City Properties Group - Louisville, KY

1:15pm
Sessions: Smith Auditorium and Early Room

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECT FINANCING 
Michael Diperna, President, Diperna Advisors 

10 YEAR MASTER PLAN – CARRILLON PARK 
Brady Kress, Dayton History

2:30pm
Closing Session
THE FUTURE OF WORK
Dean Barber, National Site Selector, Barber Business 
Advisors

3:30pm
Networking Reception

 


Speakers Bios Forthcoming

 

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