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Building Our Future Luncheon: Cities - The Engines of Economic Prosperity

  • 25 Mar 2010
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • World Trade and Convention Centre, Room 200B

Greater Halifax




February 2010

Cities - The Engines of Economic Prosperity

Cities drive growth.

Starting with a strong downtown core, growth radiates outward to the suburbs, to the Province and to the region.

Join us as we present Carol Coletta, President and CEO of the organization CEO for Cities. Carol, a respected authority on urban issues, will share her insights into what it takes for cities to succeed and prosper.  Carol will speak to:
 

  The importance of cities and how they are the
  engines of economic prosperity
;

 

How the power of a strong and vibrant downtown resonates throughout the entire region;

 

The effect of investing more broadly in key assets such as the downtown; and,

 

The top few things we should focus on to remain competitive and continue to grow as a region.

Carol has devoted her life to understanding what it takes to make cities succeed – a passion she has pursued as executive director of the Mayors' Institute on City Design, and as a host of the nationally syndicated public radio show Smart City.

Read more 

Carol Coletta

Thursday, March 25, 2010

World Trade and Convention Centre, Room 200B

11:30am – 12:00pm ~ Networking and Registration

12:00pm – 1:30pm ~ Lunch and Presentation


 

Register now


Investors: $50
Non-investors: $75

Tables of 10 available

     
**Please note: registration for this event is available online by credit card only at greaterhalifax.com.

For more information, please contact the Greater Halifax Partnership at 902.490.6000
or email events@greaterhalifax.com
.

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