Professionals talk economic development at NCEDA conference
Economic development leaders from throughout the state will gather to connect and share ideas at an upcoming event in Beaufort.
The annual conference for the North Carolina Economic Development Association is June 11-13 at the Beaufort Hotel. “The Economic Development Puzzle: Finding the Missing Pieces” is the theme for 2019, with a focus on knowledge and winning solutions.
Panel discussions and networking opportunities are on the agenda for the three-day gathering, along with a variety of tours and excursions in the Beaufort area.
WithersRavenel is a Silver Sponsor and a Pads & Pens Sponsor for the conference. Jenny Mizelle, CEcD, WR Director of Business Development, will moderate a discussion on “The Eastfield Project: Mixed Use Initiatives in Economic Development,” at 9:15 a.m. June 13.
We look forward to seeing you at this premier economic development event!
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