The Great Monsoon of Northern Ohio forced Mark Barbash, Jim Kinnett and I to reschedule our final session of the economic development training series that has been hosted by the Ohio City-County Manager Association, but our aggravation might be your benefit!
We have a few seats left for this training, which will focus on methods for assessing whether or not your community’s economic development efforts are having the desired effects. We will look at compelling ways to more comprehensively evaluate how your community is doing economically and a system for assessing the effectiveness of your community’s economic development work, no matter what kind of organization (or how many) are doing it. This is an expanded version of the webinar that we gave on behalf of Blane Canada last month.
The seminar will be held on Thursday, July 18 at the Glenn School of Public Affairs on the campus of Ohio State University in Columbus. The session will go from 8:30 to 12:30, and the fee for attendance and materials is $125.00
Interested? You can register here, or read more about the presenters here. Interested but can’g get to Columbus? No worries — send me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss offering this training and others — live or via videoconference — in your area!