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Rock Economic Development Week

  • 08 Mar 2017
  • 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Free Webinar

Check out some examples of successful EDW campaigns in 2016, and get a feel for some great marketing strategies to employ in our free webinar all about Economic Development Week. Rock your 2017 Economic Development Week Campaign. Register now.

March 8, 2017 - Rock Economic Development Week
Time: 2:30 - 4:00 p.m. ET
Price: Free (but registration is required)

Does the average person in your community know what economic development is and what your organization does for the community? Is creating a brand awareness campaign one of your marketing objectives for this year? Could your programs benefit from additional exposure?

If you're constantly having to explain your role, key programs your EDO offers, or the definition of economic development in general, creating an Economic Development Week (EDW) campaign for 2017 may help.

Not only is EDW a great opportunity to create awareness in your community, but it also helps build team camaraderie as well. The biggest bonus is that you could enter your campaign into the IEDC Excellence in Economic Development Awards and win!

Join this upcoming webinar and hear how you can have a successful Economic Development Week campaign. This is an event that will put your EDO more on the map and help your community understand more about available programs you offer. Hear some specific things you can do to rock your campaign, and hear award winning ideas from last year's celebrations as well.


Jim Fram, CEcD, CCE, FM
President and CEO
Greater Hot Springs Chamber and the Hot Springs Metro Partnership

Jim Fram's community, Hot Springs, Arkansas won the bronze level Economic Development Week award in 2016.

The Hon. Sally Faith
City of St. Charles, MO

Sally Faith's community, St. Charles, MO, won the Innovation in Economic Development Week award in 2016. Sally Faith began her second term as Mayor of St. Charles in April 2015. She previously represented St. Charles County (District 15) in the Missouri House of Representatives. Mayor Faith served as Chair and Vice-Chair of the St. Charles County Council District 5, and served on the first Board of Trustees for St. Charles Community College. Previously, Mayor Faith worked as Director of Development for the St. Charles Community College Foundation and Director of Marketing for Whitmoor Country Club.

Andrew Levine
President & Chief Creative Officer
Development Counsellors International
New York, NY

Andy Levine is an economic development and tourism marketing expert who will share ways you can ramp up your brand's presence during Economic Development Week. As the son of Ted Levine, founder of Development Counsellors International, Andy was introduced to the world of economic development and travel marketing at birth. Since joining the firm in 1991, Andy has helped launch the company into a new era, advancing the quality of client work performed, growing the number of staff and adding to the range of client services offered.

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