2017 Creating Intersections for Growth Conference

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Date: 
2 May, 2017 to 4 May, 2017

sedaPreconference Workshop
May 2, 2017
 
9:00am - 6:00pm

Business retention and expansion is an ongoing process, not a one time effort. Long-term success often depends on the capacity to build strong relationships and networks. It requires commitment to continuously find solutions to address identified challenges. This workshop will provide participants with the skills and tools to lead their community and local stakeholders through a process of designing a BRE approach to suit the needs of your local business community and economy. 

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Conference
May 3 and 4, 2017

Conference Sessions

Plenary: Are You a Future Focussed Leader?
Plenary: The Values Based Economy
Plenary TBC: Indigenomics: Why the Time is Right
Plenary Panel: We are All Treaty People
Plenary: Insider's View on Attracting and Retaining Millennials
Fractional Ownership: Development Opportunity for Rural and Resort Areas
Conversations, Consultations and Community Engagement
The Impact of Effective Community Branding
Funding Submissions: The Danger of Falling Short
Making Hay in a Chaotic Environment
Retail Alchemy: Repurposing Retail
Measuring What Matters: ROI to Your Local Communities
Economic Development Realities: Northern Saskatchewan Perspective
The Art of Competitive Assessment
Essential Human Resources: How to Retain Them...and How to Let Them Go
Opportunity Meets Capacity = Successful Development
Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships: Affordable Housing for Rural & Remote Areas
Applying Best Practices in Sector Diversification
Defining Issues: Town Hall Sessions
The Role of Business Incubation and Co-Working Space in Your Community

Register for the 2017 Creating Intersections for Growth Conference

Early Registration Discounts end March 24, 2017

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Region: 
Location: 
SEDA
Saskatoon  Saskatchewan
Canada
Categories: 
Community Capacity Building
Organizational Development
Planning and Evaluation