The Second Annual Economic Development 411 (ED411) is designed to showcase best practices in economic development for elected officials, community leaders and business leaders in the Columbus Region.
"You are part of the reason why the Columbus Region is realizing an economic development surge and being recognized as a leader in job growth. ED411 will allow you to learn how we can work together to maintain our dynamic and growing economy."
Friday, December 6 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. The Ohio Union at Ohio State University $25 per person, includes continental breakfast and lunch
Last year's event sold out. To ensure your space, please register here.
The event will feature two acclaimed speakers: Bruce Katz, founding director of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program and co-author of The Metropolitan Revolution and Mark Lautman, founding director of Community Economics Lab and author of When the Boomers Bail.
ED411 will also include four breakout sessions:
- Workforce and Talent
- Site Preparedness
- Economic Incentives
- Regional Case Studies
Local and national experts will share their insights and advice on how best to move our communities forward.
For more information, including details on event parking, please visit columbusregion.com/ED411.
This program has been created by our friends at the Mid-Ohio Development Exchange, Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission and Columbus 2020.