What is the role of government for job creation in a severely constrained resource environment?
In the years ahead, are we facing a do-it-yourself economic development environment?
Economic developers are facing significant challenges in this new and dynamic economic environment. As we begin recovering from the recession, our communities continue to be challenged. Changing workforce demographics, evolving prospects in the international market, new organizational structures, and new leadership skills, are just part of the spectrum of changes affecting the profession. Join your fellow economic development leaders in Orlando and learn how to identify and frame the new skills and needs of practitioners who are working to maintain the engines of their regional economy.
Orlando’s transitioning economic environment is the ideal place for economic development leaders to meet. As the new central Florida economic ecosystem emerges, the region’s business, government, and academic leaders are stepping up to evolve new approaches and solutions for restoring employment and income growth.
Attendance is limited to senior managers of economic development organizations and Certified Economic Developers (CEcDs).