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  1. 1. Sponsored by Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today Philadelphia, Pennsylvania October 6–9, 2013 Philadelphia Marriott Downtown www.iedconline.org
  2. 2. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today 2 Register online today: www.iedconline.org Table of Contents 3 Welcome 5 Speakers 7 Conference Tracks 8 Program 10 Spouse/Guest Program 11 Special Events & Networking Opportunities 13 Educational Tours 15 Professional Development Informational Workshops 16 Exhibit Hall Information 17 Hotel Information 18 Registration Payment Policies 19 Sponsors 20 IEDC Membership 22 Registration Form Introduction October 6–9 this year 1,500 economic development professionals from around the world will assemble in Philadelphia, PA for the year’s biggest and most comprehensive economic development event: the Annual Conference of the International Economic Development Council (IEDC). This year, we are hosting a Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania tri-state conference. Join us and you will learn about the many economic development lessons of this 4,500 square mile area. We have a great deal for you to do, enjoy and learn at the conference. When you’re not choosing between more than 25 concurrent sessions (many focusing on global themes), you will be listening to high- profile keynoters, learning about new ED techniques and services, and making and renewing North American and international industry contacts. Just decades ago, the tri-state Greater Philadelphia area was heavily dependent on heavy manufacturing. Today, the area thrives on a diverse balance of information, communications, energy, life sciences, higher education and advanced manufacturing industries. As a conference attendee you will select among 9 tours, each of which is a model of innovation and economic resilience. The program, people and place of IEDC’s 2013 Annual Conference will make it our best event ever. Join your peers, industry experts and new friends this October in Greater Philadelphia. You’ll get a year’s worth of value in just 4 days! IEDC Governance Committee Mr. Paul Krutko, FM (Chair) President and Chief Executive Officer Ann Arbor SPARK Mr. Jay C. Moon, CEcD, FM (Immediate Past Chair) President and CEO Mississippi Manufacturers Association Mr. William C. Sproull, FM (Vice Chair) President CEO Richardson Chamber of Commerce Ms. JoAnn Crary, CEcD (Secretary/Treasurer) President Saginaw Future Inc. Mr. Barry Matherly, CEcD (Chair, Planning and Business Development) Senior Vice President, Business Development Greater Richmond Partnership, Inc. Ms. Janet M. Miller, CEcD, FM (Chair, External Member Relations) Chief Economic Development Marketing Officer Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Mr. Craig J. Richard, CEcD (Chair, Performance Oversight and Monitoring) President CEO Greater Louisville Inc. Host Committee Co-Chairs Walter D’Alessio, HLM Vice Chairman NorthMarq Capital Lynn Martin Haskin, PhD Director of External Affairs Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations
  3. 3. Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 3   Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today Welcome to the IEDC 2013 Annual Conference Dear Colleague: On behalf of the Board of Directors, I invite you to join the International Economic Development Council in Philadelphia, PA, for the world’s largest annual gathering of economic developers. At IEDC, we believe this is the single most important conference you could attend during this period of economic recovery. This year’s conference will offer highly relevant sessions and top speakers to help you tackle the tough issues facing economic developers. The IEDC staff has constructed a thought-provoking program and an outstanding lineup of expert speakers. Themed Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today, the conference will address challenges facing economic developers, and trends in our dynamic economy. With the right tools, economic developers everywhere can create a vision for the future, stimulate consensus, and prepare their communities for 21st century success. This conference will highlight IEDC’s work in identifying new concepts and methods for staying ahead of an economy on the mend. As the world’s 5th largest economy, the 200-mile area centered on Philadelphia accounts for 18% of the U.S. population, and is home to more than 120 of the Fortune 500. Experience the area’s transformation from a manufacturing based economy into a initiative high technology region that boasts an array of key strengths. Through a program of top speakers, cutting-edge topics, and educational tours, conference attendees will not only see the region’s energy, but leave with fresh strategies and tools to take their organizations to the next level. The Annual Conference is the IEDC’s fourth conference of 2013 and it certainly is the highlight of the year. The Philadelphia Host Committee is working hard to showcase the many attractions and lessons learned from the region. Please join us this October for the IEDC 2013 Annual Conference. Finally, thank you to our sponsors for their generosity and contributions that assist in making this and other IEDC conferences a success. Sincerely, Paul Krutko, FM Chair, International Economic Development Council President CEO, Ann Arbor SPARK chairman’s message IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention:
  4. 4. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference  4 FEATURED SPEAKERS Greetings! It is a great pleasure for me to welcome you to the International Economic Development Council’s 2013 Annual Conference. Through a program of top speakers, cutting-edge topics, and educational tours, conference attendees will not only see the region’s innovative energy, but leave with fresh strategies and tools to take their organizations to the next level. IEDC is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to helping economic developers do their job more effectively and raising the profile of the profession. When the organization succeeds, their members create more high-quality jobs, develop more vibrant communities, and generally improve the quality of life in their regions. Philadelphia is proud to have been chosen as the host city for this conference that will address obstacles facing economic developers, as well as existing trends in our dynamic economy. With the right tools, economic developers everywhere can create a vision for the future, stimulate consensus, and prepare their communities for 21st century success. On behalf of the City of Philadelphia I extend best wishes for a productive and successful conference. May you return home with fond memories of the City of Philadelphia and its citizens. Sincerely, Michael A. Nutter Mayor Dear IEDC Members: On behalf of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I invite you to attend the 2013 International Economic Development Council’s Annual Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on October 6–9, 2013. I look forward to welcoming you and other economic development professionals from all over the world to Pennsylvania so that you can see for yourself all the development opportunities that exist in our beautiful state. I have made it a top priority to create an environment in which companies can grow by enacting historic business tax and regulatory reforms. A business-friendly environment along with Pennsylvania’s world-class higher education institutions, skilled workforce, low- cost energy, and proximity to 40 percent of our nation’s population make the possibilities for success limitless. Pennsylvania’s keystone location provides companies one-day trucking access to all major markets on the eastern seaboard. Our three major ports provide shipping access to the Atlantic Ocean, Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico. Pennsylvania is a leader in cross-border projects with the largest network of overseas offices of any U.S. state, and we are committed to breaking down barriers for businesses looking to expand. We stand ready to help you become the next Pennsylvania success. Many of our partners in the Philadelphia region and throughout the state have been preparing for your arrival for quite some time. Philadelphia is an economic success story that spotlights revitalization and accentuates the theme of the conference: Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today. Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, is packed with diverse industries and is home to Fortune 500 companies as well as international companies with home offices in Asia, Europe and South America. Philadelphia is also a remarkable city with many historic destinations. Be sure to make time to experience our nation’s history with a visit to the National Constitution Center or spend some time at the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. I hope to see you in Philadelphia where you can hear more about why we are so proud to live and do business in the Keystone State. Sincerely, Tom Corbett Governor mayor’s message governor’s message Welcome to Philadelphia!
  5. 5. Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 International Economic Development Council 5   Register online today: www.iedconline.org FEATURED SPEAKERS Dan Hilferty President and CEO Independence Blue Cross Philadelphia, PA Gregory Smith, PhD Associate Professor Williams College of Business, Xavier University Cincinnati, OH Kurt Badenhausen Senior Editor Forbes Magazine New York, NY Simon Galpin Director-General Investment Promotion, Invest Hong Kong President, World Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (WAIPA) Denise Morrison President and CEO Campbell’s Soup Company Camden, NJ Richard Bendis President and CEO BioHealth Innovation, Inc. and Innovation America Rockville, MD Cathy Belk Chief Operating Officer JumpStart, Inc. Cleveland, OH Sandra Watson President CEO Arizona Commerce Authority Phoenix, AZ Nicole Pullen Ross Managing Director Mid-Atlantic Region Head, Private Wealth Management Goldman, Sachs, and Co. Philadelphia, PA Kathryn Mannes Senior Vice President for Workforce and Economic Development American Association of Community Colleges Washington, DC Marina James President CEO Economic Development Winnipeg Winnipeg, MB, Canada Rui Boavista Marques Trade and Investment Commissioner AICEP Portugal Global Trade Investment Agency New York, NY Scott Cohn Senior Correspondent CNBC New York, NY Maggie McCullough President PolicyMap, The Reinvestment Fund Philadelphia, PA Christian Saublens Director European Association of Development Agencies (EURADA) Brussels, Belgium Nitin Pangam CEO Maeflower Consulting Pune, Maharashtra, India IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA
  6. 6. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today 6 Register online today: www.iedconline.org additional SPEAKERS Aimee Storm Office of Brownfields and Land Revitalization United States Environmental Protection Agency Washington, DC Andre N. Pettigrew Executive Director Clean Economy Solutions Washington, DC Andy Curtis Founding Partner Director Global Innovation Partners, LTD Sheffield, England, United Kingdom Cameron Cushman Manager of Entrepreneurship Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Kansas City, MO Cathy Chambers Vice President of Business Development JAX USA Partnership Jacksonville, FL Cathy Polasky Director Economic Policy Development, City of Minneapolis Minneapolis, MN Chris Chung President CEO The Missouri Partnership St. Louis, MO Dan Taylor President CEO Greater Peterborough Area Economic Development Corporation Peterborough, ON, Canada David Gleason Owner Crane Arts, LLC Philadelphia, PA Della G. Rucker, CEcD, AICP Principal Wise Economy Workshop New World Public Engagement Cincinnati, OH Douglas van den Berghe CEO Founder Investment Consulting Associates (ICA), LocationSelector, ICAincentives Amsterdam, The Netherlands Edward Burghard CEO Founder The Burghard Group, LLC Loveland, OH Eric Planey Vice President International Business Attraction TechBelt Ohio Co-Chair, Youngstown- Warren Regional Chamber Youngstown, OH Erik Lisher Managing Director Investor Relations and Business Development, The Blackstone Group New York, NY Fred Morley Executive Vice President and Chief Economist Greater Halifax Partnership Halifax, NS Greg Baeker, PhD Director, Cultural Development Millier Dickinson Blais, Inc. Toronto, ON, Canada Harry Moser President Reshoring Initiative Kildeer, IL Henry Loewendahl VP North America, Financial Times Ltd and Managing Director, WAVTEQ Ltd Toronto, ON Howard Morgan Partner First Round Capital New York, NY Ioanna Morfessis, PhD, HLM President and Chief Strategist IO.inc Phoenix, AZ Jean-Paul Gauthier Deputy Secretary General and Acting Vice President World Economic Processing Zones Association Deal, Kent, UK Julie Curtin Executive Vice President and Partner Development Counsellors International Denver, CO Maria Meyers Network Builder U.S.SourceLink University of Missouri-Kansas City Kansas City, MO Mark O’Connell CEO OCO Global Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK Mary Ann Moon, CEcD VP Business and Economic Development MS Legislative and Consulting Group, LLC Jackson, MS Michael Iacovazzi-Pau Manager of Global Engagement Greater Louisville, Inc. Louisville, KY Michael J. Berne President MJB Consulting New York, NY Moira Baylson Deputy Cultural Officer Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy City of Philadelphia, PA Nick Stuccio Producing Director Philadelphia Live Arts Festival Philly Fringe Philadelphia, PA Patrick Dine Founder and CEO PSD Global Washington, DC Paula Sorrell Managing Director, Entrepreneurial Services Michigan Economic Development Corp. Lansing, MI Peter Paul Project Leader Assisting Local Leaders with Immigrant Employment Strategies (ALLIES) Maytree Foundation Toronto, ON, Canada Ray Laughter Vice Chancellor for External Affairs Lone Star College System The Woodlands, TX Rebekah Hutton Director of Research and Government Relations Manufacturing Skill Standards Council Alexandria, VA Rick Smyre Founder and President Center for Communities of the Future Gastonia, NC Rodrick Miller President CEO New Orleans Business Alliance New Orleans, LA Shane Williams Foreign Trade Zone Administrator Port of Houston Authority Houston, TX Sheila Paul Shedd Director Arizona Workforce Council Arizona Commerce Authority Phoenix, AZ Steve Radley President CEO NetWork Kansas Kansas Center for Entrepreneurship Wichita, KS Thomas Nastas President Founder Innovate Ventures, Inc. Moscow, Russia More speakers are listed online: www.iedconline.org
  7. 7. Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 International Economic Development Council 7   Register online today: www.iedconline.org CONFERENCE TRACKS IEDC 2013 Annual Conference  |  Conference Tracks Track 1: Re-imagining Infrastructure and Development Infrastructure is one of the primary building blocks of our economy. As older regions transform from traditional manufacturing to service and knowledge-based economies, new uses must be found for old smokestacks, railways, developments, military bases and, now, oil refineries. Conversely, newer communities may be planning and developing infrastructure, fiber, alternative energy sources, and smart grids. Whether, urban, suburban, or rural, all regions share many of these opportunities and challenges. In this track, examples of successful transformations will be explored and experts will discuss the planning, implementation strategies, leadership and investments necessary to achieve success. They will also look at new challenges arising from advances in technology that challenge our traditional thinking around geographic location and the sustainable infrastructure and development needs in the future. Track 2: Promoting Innovation All types of communities succeed when they apply new ideas to their existing assets. Creativity, cost-efficiency, multi-purpose solutions, leadership, and collaboration are keys to success for communities large and small. Out-of- the-box thinking drives the development of new firms, technology, and opportunities. Using stellar examples, this track will scour the globe for lessons learned and strategies to drive innovation. Track 3: Transforming Economies The landscape of the economic development industry is undergoing a significant transformation. The strategies of the last decade are no longer viable. Communities are thinking regionally and globally instead of locally. Technology is driving the development of new industries and marketing strategies. Economic development organizations are forming new partnerships and creating new structures. With the risk of today’s misses being too costly, economic developers must learn from the past and plan better for the future. Through lively and candid conversations about today’s winners and losers, sessions in this track will help communities create the blueprint for tomorrow’s economy. Track 4: Attracting, Retaining, and Developing Human Capital A community’s ability to prosper in the knowledge economy is determined by its ability to attract, retain and develop high-skilled and knowledgeable workers. New skill sets are needed by workers to meet the demands of employers. The competition for skilled workers is stronger than ever and international. In the post recession economy, talented workers have many options on where to work and live. Savvy economic developers have made smart alliances with educational institutions as wells as with companies, foundations and governments. While there are no silver bullets, the sessions in this track will explore how to attract, retain and develop highly skilled workers for today and for the future workforce. Additional sessions will focus on the cutting- edge skills economic developers need to be successful leaders in their communities. IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA The Delaware Water Gap is a popular destination for outdoor recreation that borders both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
  8. 8. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today 8 Register online today: www.iedconline.org program sunday, october 6–wednesday, october 9 ($) Additional Fee Note: Program is subject to change—visit www.iedconline.org for current program. Sunday, October 6 7:00 am–12:00 pm Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) Exam ($) 7:00 am–12:00 pm Golf Outing at Bala Golf Club ($) 8:00 am–1:30 pm Tour: Revitalizing Atlantic City: ‘The Walk’, Revel, Miss America, and Beyond ($) 8:00 am–7:30 pm Registration and Resource Center Open 10:30 am–12:00 pm Creating and Scaling-up Foreign Direct Investments: Strategies for Your EDO 10:30 am–12:30 pm Economic Development Ethics Workshop 12:00 pm–1:00 pm Learning Lab: The Pitch: How to Channel Mad Men’s Don Draper in Recruiting Retailers to Urban Business Districts, Sponsor Learning Lab Pre-Conference Program Thursday, October 3–Saturday, October 5 Thursday, October 3 8:30 am–4:30 pm IEDC Professional Development Course: Economic Development Marketing and Attraction CM | 16 ($) Friday, October 4 9:00 am–4:30 pm IEDC Professional Development Course: Economic Development Marketing and Attraction CM | 16 ($) Saturday, October 5 7:00 am–9:30 pm Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) Exam ($) 10:00 am–5:00 pm Tour: Lehigh Valley: Bethlehem Steel Brownfield Redevelopment ($) 1:00 pm–7:30 pm The Economic Development Marketplace (Exhibit Hall) Opens 2:00 pm–3:30 pm Opening Plenary Session 3:30 pm–5:30 pm Walking Tour: Center City Philadelphia ($) 3:45 pm–5:15 pm Concurrent Sessions: • Bringing the Global Economy to My City: Working with Special Economic Zones • Transforming Economies: Economic Development 21.0 • CDFIs to Crowd funding: Tools for Community Investment • Discussion Roundtables #1 • Sponsored Session 5:00 pm–6:00 pm New Member Orientation and Non-Member Welcome 6:00 pm–7:30 pm Chairman’s Reception 9:00 pm Young Professional and Student Networking Event at the Field House Monday, October 7 7:00 am–5:30 pm Registration, Resource Center and the Economic Development Marketplace Open 7:00 am–8:00 am Learning Labs 7:00 am–8:00 am Networking Continental Breakfast 8:15 am–10:15 am Monday Morning Plenary Session 8:30 am–11:30 am Tour: Collective Strength: Community Development Corporations Change the Game for Philadelphia ($) 9:00 am–11:30 am Tour: Philadelphia Schuylkill River: Waterfront Access as Revitalization Catalyst ($) 10:15 am–10:30 am Refreshment Break 10:30 am–12:00 pm Concurrent Sessions: • Taking the Mystery out of Best Places Rankings • Transforming Your City into a Magnet for Global Talent • Helping Companies Decide to Manufacture Locally: Reshoring and the Total Cost of Ownership • Special Session: Disaster Preparedness and Economic Recovery • Sponsored Session Sunday, October 6 (continued)
  9. 9. Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 International Economic Development Council 9   Register online today: www.iedconline.org program sunday, october 6–wednesday, october 9 ($) Additional Fee Note: Program is subject to change—visit www.iedconline.org for current program. 11:40 am–1:40 pm Economic Development Ethics Workshop 12:15 pm–1:30 pm • Defining Issues Luncheon: Helping Your Community Achieve the American Dream ($) • Networking Lunch in the Economic Development Marketplace • Young Professional and Student Roundtable Lunch • Special Networking Luncheon: Elected Officials and Board of Directors of EDOs ($) • Learning Lab: Success in Adaptive Reuse: A Tale of Two Cities • Sponsor Learning Lab 1:45 pm–3:15 pm Concurrent Sessions: • Powering Up: The Future of Energy and Economic Development (IEDC Research Session) • Innovative Public/Private Partnerships to Support Entrepreneurship • Recruit, Retain, Expand: The Role of Culture, Arts, and Entertainment • Incentives that Make Sense: More Effective Approaches • Sponsored Session: ExecutivePulse 2:00 pm–5:30 pm Tour: The Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA ($) 3:15 pm–3:50 pm Silent Auction Ice Cream Social 4:00 pm–5:30 pm fDi American Cities of the Future 2013/14 Awards Ceremony Concurrent Sessions: • Model Economic Development Partnerships with Community Colleges • From Grassroots to Green Shoots: Building the Next Great Startup City • Best Practices in Regionalism: Working Across Borders • EDRP Research Session: Immigration and Economic Development • Engaging Federal Partners in Economic Development: Working with SelectUSA • Discussion Roundtables #2 5:30 pm–6:30 pm OU/EDI Alumni Reception 6:30 pm–9:00 pm Recognition Dinner at the Union League ($) 6:00 am–7:00 am DCI Fun Run/Walk 7:00 am–5:00 pm Registration Open 7:00 am–12:00 pm The Economic Development Marketplace (Exhibit Hall) and Resource Center Open 7:00 am–8:00 am Networking Continental Breakfast 7:00 am–8:30 am Special Session: Preparing for the CEcD Exam Workshop 7:30 am–8:30 am Learning Lab: Innovation Nation: Featuring Richard Bendis of Innovation America, Sponsor Learning Lab 7:30 am–12:00 pm Tour: Wilmington, Delaware: A Tale of Two Unique Redevelopment Initiatives ($) 8:45 am–10:15 am Plenary Session featuring Denise Morrison, President CEO, Campbell Soup Company 10:00 am–12:00 pm Exhibit Appointment Hours in the Economic Development Marketplace 10:30 am–12:00 pm Concurrent Sessions: • Collective Strength: Public- Private Partnerships Increase Non-Profits’ ROI • The Multiplier: Invigorating Your Community through Local Ownership • 21st Century Infrastructure: Increasing Access to High- Speed Internet • Current Trends Session: Healthcare Industries • Sponsored Session 12:15 pm–2:00 pm Keynote Luncheon featuring Daniel J. Hilferty, President CEO, Independence Blue Cross 2:15 pm–3:45 pm Concurrent Sessions: • The Young and the Restless in Economic Development • Leveraging Entrepreneurial Networks to Encourage Small Business Success • EDRP Research Session: Sector Partnerships and Other Successful Workforce Strategies • Engaging Federal Partners in Economic Development: Working with the EDA • Sponsored Session 2:30 pm–5:30 pm Tour: Strengthening the Entrepreneur and Startup Landscape in Philadelphia ($) Monday, October 7 (continued) Tuesday, October 8 IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA
  10. 10. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today 10 Register online today: www.iedconline.org program sunday, october 6–wednesday, october 9 ($) Additional Fee Note: Program is subject to change—visit www.iedconline.org for current program. Spouse/Guest Program Register your spouse or guest to participate our Spouse/Guest Program. They can share in the major social events of the Annual Conference with you as well as enjoy some of the unique locations in the Philadelphia area. The Spouse/Guest Program includes the following: Sunday, October 6 Chairman’s Reception 6:00 pm–7:30 pm Monday, October 7 Silent Auction Ice Cream Social in The Economic Development Marketplace 3:15 pm–3:50 pm Tuesday, October 8 Keynote Luncheon 12:15 pm–2:00 pm IEDC Networking Reception at the National Constitution Center 6:30 pm–8:00 pm Philadelphia Skyline 3:45 pm–5:45 pm Excellence in Economic Development Awards Ceremony 4:00 pm–5:30 pm Concurrent Sessions: • Reaching Out: Bringing Small Businesses into International Markets • Getting the Most out of Local Food: Establishing a Foodshed Innovation Center • Banding Together, Branding Together: Finding Common Ground through Regional Marketing • How to Develop Skilled Workers in Rural Places • Special Session: Becoming an Accredited Economic Development Organization 6:30 pm–8:00 pm Networking Reception at the National Constitution Center Wednesday, October 9 7:30 am–9:00 am Special Sessions: • Dateline Sustainability: Putting the Triple Bottom Line to Work • Where the Future and Prosperity Intersect: Integrating Multimodal Transportation, Economic Competitiveness, and Livability 7:30 am–9:00 am Networking Continental Breakfast 9:15 am–10:45 am Special Sessions: • Creating Jobs in Value-Added Agriculture • Need for Speed: Ignite IEDC vol. IV 11:00 am–12:30 pm Special Sessions: • Data Unleashed: Tools for Success • Site Consultants Forum Tuesday, October 8 (continued)
  11. 11. Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 International Economic Development Council 11   Register online today: www.iedconline.org special events networking opportunities Sunday, October 6 Golf Outing at Bala Golf Club ($) 7:00 am–12:00 pm Join IEDC for our Annual Golf Outing to be held at the historic Bala Golf Club. Founded in 1897, the club provides a private golfing experience on an immaculately maintained and challenging golf course. Hosting the 1952 US Women’s Open and the grooming of renowned amateur champion, Jay Sigel, are among Bala’s most notable contributions to the game. New Member Orientation (FR) 5:00 pm–6:00 pm Join us and connect with your fellow new members, IEDC Board of Directors and Membership Advisory Committee members. Learn more about IEDC’s resources, benefits and ways to become engaged with the organization. Non-Member Welcome (FR) 5:00 pm–6:00 pm Come and meet IEDC leadership, Board and Membership Advisory Committee members. They will share with you the benefits of being a member of IEDC. Chairman’s Reception (FR) 6:00 pm–7:30 pm Don’t miss the opportunity to see old friends and make new acquaintances. Join IEDC Chair Paul L. Krutko and your colleagues for an evening of networking and fun in the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. Young Professional and Student Networking Event (FR) 9:00 pm Are you a young economic development professional? Come get involved with your fellow professionals, have a good time, and take this opportunity to expand your networking field. Sponsored by Greater Phoenix Economic Council. Monday, October 7 Networking Lunch in the Economic Development Marketplace (FR) 11:45 am–1:30 pm Defining Issues Luncheon: Helping Your Community Achieve the American Dream ($) 12:15 pm–1:30 pm The American Dream Composite Index (ADCI) is a new performance measure for states and major MSAs that uses statistical indicators across multiple categories to judge how well communities are enabling their residents to achieve the American Dream. In this year’s Defining Issues Luncheon, learn more about the ADCI by hearing directly from its co- creator, Dr. Gregory Smith of Xavier University. ($) Additional Fee (FR) Free, but registration required IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA The Atlantic City boardwalk is a great example of an economic success in the region. The boardwalk is open for the summer even after damage from super-storm Sandy.
  12. 12. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today 12 Register online today: www.iedconline.org Young Professional and Student Roundtable Lunch (FR) 12:15 pm–1:30 pm Opportunity to engage with seasoned economic developers during the networking lunch and learn about their experiences and insight into the field. Special Networking Luncheon: Elected Officials and Board of Directors of Economic Development Organizations ($) 12:15 pm–1:30 pm At this exclusive networking luncheon, attendees will have the opportunity to meet with fellow elected officials and economic development board members attending this year’s conference. Silent Auction and Ice Cream Social 3:15 pm–3:50 pm Bid on an extraordinary and unique range of items that the communities donate to express their individual pride of place. Silent auction items may be previewed and bid on in the Exhibit Hall beginning Sunday and concluding Monday during the ice cream social. Get the scoop from exhibitors while enjoying your favorite flavors. Proceeds from the auction benefit the Diane Lupke Scholarship Fund, helping train economic developers in distressed areas. OU/EDI Alumni Reception 5:30 pm–6:30 pm OU/EDI alumni and students join members of the Executive Board, faculty and staff for an hour of networking! Cash Bar provided. Recognition Dinner at the Union League ($) 6:30 pm–9:00 pm This important annual event will be held at Philadelphia’s historic Union League. Join in honoring those who have contributed to making the profession what it is today. Honors to be conferred include: • Lifetime Achievement Award in honor of Edward DeLuca • Fellow Members (FM) and Honorary Lifetime Members (HLM) • Leadership Award for Public Service • New Economic Developer of the Year Award • Citizen Leadership Award • Institutional Leadership Award • Jeffrey A. Finkle Organizational Leadership Award • Chairman’s Award for Excellence in Economic Development Tuesday, October 8 DCI Fun Run/Walk 6:00 am–7:00 am All IEDC attendees are invited to join their economic development peers for an early morning group run/walk starting in the lobby of the Philadelphia Marriott. There will be options for a 6-mile or a 3-mile route. The first 50 participants receive a limited edition t-shirt! Preparing for the CEcD Exam Workshop (FR) 7:00 am–8:30 am Attendees at this workshop will be provided a complete overview of the Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) exam process, from application to the oral examination. They will learn tools and techniques for preparing for the exam and witness a mock oral interview. Exhibit Appointment Hours 10:00 am–12:00 pm Exhibitor contact information will be distributed two weeks prior to the conference, and at that time we encourage you to arrange 15 or 30 minute appointments with the exhibitors you want to talk with. IEDC Networking Reception at the National Constitution Center (FR) 6:30 pm–8:00 pm Join IEDC for an evening of networking set against the iconic backdrop of Independence Mall in Philadelphia, the birthplace of American freedom. special events networking opportunities Monday, October 7 (continued) ($) Additional Fee (FR) Free, but registration required Philadelphia Skyline
  13. 13. Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 International Economic Development Council 13   Register online today: www.iedconline.org special events networking opportunitieseducational tours Educational Tours Additional fee events Lehigh Valley: Bethlehem Steel Brownfield Redevelopment Saturday, October 5 10:00 am–5:00 pm The Lehigh Valley is a two-county region located just north of the Philadelphia suburbs. The region, anchored by the cities of Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton, has undergone a dramatic economic transition during the last two decades, changing from heavy industry to a diversified economic base, and becoming one of the Northeast’s fastest growing regions. Revitalizing Atlantic City: ‘The Walk,’ Miss America, And Beyond Sunday, October 6 8:00 am–1:30 pm With an impressive and storied past, Atlantic City continues to evolve with the changing times. Even super-storm Sandy couldn’t keep AC from continuing to renew itself. Atlantic City’s innovative revitalization efforts are a key element to increasing tourism in New Jersey. This tour, guided by members of the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA), will include the city’s newest world class casino resorts, historical monuments, shopping experiences, and its unique commercial and cultural attractions.” Walking Tour: Center City Philadelphia Sunday, October 6 3:30 pm–5:30 pm Collective Strength: Community Development Corporations Change the Game for Philadelphia Monday, October 7 8:30 am–11:30 am Philadelphia’s Community Development Corporations created a $3.3 billion economic impact in the city and $5.1 billion economic impact in Pennsylvania during the past 20 years. This “Collective Strength” of Philadelphia’s 50 CDCs was captured in a landmark study conducted by the Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations, funded by Citi Community Development, and analyzed by Econsult Solutions, Inc. This dynamic tour will demonstrate how these CDCs create strong economic impact as they develop affordable and market rate housing near transportation centers, preserve and renovate architectural treasures, develop mixed-use projects, and use arts and culture to revitalize commercial corridors and enhance neighborhoods throughout the city. Committed and innovative, CDCs change the game in many neighborhoods. ($) Additional Fee Event IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA The revitalized Camden, NJ waterfront.
  14. 14. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today 14 Register online today: www.iedconline.org educational tours The Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA Monday, October 7 2:00 pm–5:30 pm Visit The Navy Yard in Philadelphia, PA, originally America’s first naval shipyard, now transformed into a dynamic, urban, mixed-use campus. The Navy Yard was a vital part of the U.S. Navy’s logistical and industrial infrastructure until its closure in 1995. Recently, The Navy Yard has reemerged as one of the region’s most important centers of employment, attracting new businesses and investment to Philadelphia. Wilmington, Delaware: A Tale of Two Unique Redevelopment Initiatives Tuesday, October 8 7:30 am–12:00 pm This 5-hour tour of Wilmington, Delaware (located 30 minutes from Center City Philadelphia) will feature the two most significant economic development initiatives in Wilmington in the last 20 years—the redevelopment of the Downtown’s LOMA District and the rebirth of Wilmington’s Riverfront. Philadelphia’s Schuylkill River: Waterfront Access as Revitalization Catalyst Tuesday, October 8 9:00 am–11:30 am Strengthening the Entrepreneur and Startup Landscape in Philadelphia Tuesday, October 8 2:30 pm–5:30 pm From enduring institutions to newly-established incubators and government entities, a variety of organizations work to improve entrepreneurialism in Philadelphia. Join us on this tour and learn how these diverse groups collaborate to create a close-knit startup community. Go to www.iedconline.org for full event descriptions. Wilmington, Delaware
  15. 15. Pre-Conference IEDC Professional Development Course: Economic Development Marketing and Attraction CM | 16 ($) Thursday, October 3 8:30 am–4:30 pm Friday, October 4 9:00 am–4:30 pm This hands-on course will review the fundamentals of developing and implementing a high-impact marketing and attraction plan. Businesses looking to locate or expand need accurate, up-to-date, and credible information and communities need rock-solid marketing techniques to reach the needs of the business community. Course participants will be able to learn how to craft their community’s message by learning about online marketing fundamentals, GIS technologies, website design, and current trends in site selection. Participants will also explore various mediums of communication, including how to best utilize social media and Web 2.0 technologies as an economic development marketing tool. Case studies and sample plans will highlight the dos and don’ts of economic development marketing and attraction. Course Highlights: • Site selection fundamentals including corporate strategies • Identifying target audiences using data- driven techniques • Developing a community marketing plan and brand • Garnering internal and external support for the marketing campaign • Engaging social media and website design to target new markets • Utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to serve clients • Benchmarking, evaluating, and monitoring the marketing plan instructors Julie Curtin Vice President and Partner Development Counsellors International (DCI) Anatalio Ubalde, MCP FM Co-founder and Partner GIS Planning, Inc. Ben Wright Chief Executive Officer Atlas Advertising Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 International Economic Development Council 15   Register online today: www.iedconline.org professional development informational workshops Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) Exam ($) Saturday, October 5 7:00 am–9:30 pm Sunday, October 6 7:00 am–12:00 pm You have the experience, skills, and knowledge of a great economic developer. Now get recognized for your achievements through the Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) program, the standard of excellence for the profession. In conjunction with the 2013 Annual Conference, IEDC is conducting a certification exam. Download an application (PDF) and send it in today; the application deadline for this exam is August 5, 2013. Economic Development Ethics Workshop (FR) Sunday, October 6 10:30 am–12:30 pm OR Monday, October 7 11:40 am–1:40 pm Are you faced with ethical dilemmas in your professional life? Do you have the tools to deal with ethical issues? Economic developers regularly encounter situations that require sound judgment and strength of character. This session will provide essential instruction on ethics in economic development and provide you with the tools to foster an environment of high standards in your organization. No theoretical lecture, this workshop will focus on real life ethical decision-making situations faced by economic developers. Note: Due to the large number of attendees at these workshops, we are unable to accommodate requests to transfer registration between two sessions. Ethics Workshops will also be held at the 2014 Leadership Summit and 2014 Annual Conference. Ethics training is a requirement for the Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) recertification processes. CEcDs who seek recertification after January 1, 2013, are required to have two hours of ethics training each time they recertify. Preparing for the CEcD Exam Workshop (FR) Tuesday, October 8 7:00 am–8:30 am Attendees at this workshop will be provided a complete overview of the Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) exam process, from application to the oral examination. They will learn tools and techniques for preparing for the exam and witness a mock oral interview. Go to www.iedconline.org for full event descriptions.($) Additional Fee Event (FR) Free, but registration required IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA
  16. 16. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today 16 Register online today: www.iedconline.org program sunday, october 6–wednesday, october 9exhibit hall information Nicole Bogdan, Sponsorship Development Associate Phone: (202) 942-9485 nbogdan@iedconline.org Booth Prices: Size of Exhibit Space Price Standard 8’ x 10’ $2,200.00* Double Standard 8’ x 20’ $4,000.00* Premium 8’ x 10’ $2,500.00* Double Premium 8’ x 20’ $4,600.00* * Prices do not include costs for audio-visual, IT, and similar services. Date Hours: Sunday, October 6, 2013 Exhibitor Setup: 9:00 am–1:00 pm Exhibit Opens: 1:00 pm–7:30 pm* Monday, October 7, 2013 Exhibit Opens: 7:00 am–5:30 pm* Tuesday, October 8, 2013 Exhibit Opens: 7:30 am–12:00 pm* Exhibitor Appointments: 10:00 am–12:00 pm* Exhibit Tear Down: 12:00 pm–4:00 pm * High Traffic Times: All refreshment breaks and registration activities will be held in the Exhibit Hall, as well as the Sunday Evening Chairman’s Reception, the Monday Networking Lunch, and the Networking Social Hour. Detailed schedule of events online at: www.iedconline.org IEDC invites product and service suppliers to participate in the 2013 Annual Conference and Exhibit Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 6–9. The 2013 Annual Conference will attract 1,500 economic development professionals from across the United States and around the world. Exhibiting organizations will have direct access to the leading public and private sector decision- makers and local, state, and federal government officials. This is an opportunity for you to market your products and services while networking at the largest gathering of economic development professionals anywhere! Also, Consider a Sponsorship Package! Many of our sponsorship packages include complimentary or discounted exhibit space. Contact us for more information about sponsorship opportunities! Contact Us Before August 1: A view of Philadelphia at sunset, featuring the Philadelphia Museum of Art
  17. 17. Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 International Economic Development Council 17   Register online today: www.iedconline.org hotel information Hotel Information Philadelphia Marriott Downtown 1201 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 IEDC room rate: $239 single/double Group rate cutoff: Wednesday, September 18, 2013 Reservations: (877) 212-5752 If registering over the phone, please mention that you are with the International Economic Development Council to obtain the discounted group rate, available until filled or September 18. After the cutoff date, hotel registration rates will be subject to availability and prevailing rates. The Philadelphia Marriott Downtown is located in the heart of America’s original capital, and is surrounded by rich revolutionary history and culture. Fine restaurants are located on-site and within walking distance of the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown hotel. In addition, you will find the city’s best shopping and entertainment venues nearby. Easy to reach by any mode of transportation, the hotel is just one mile from the 30th Street Train Station and ten miles from the Philadelphia International Airport. Check-in time: 4:00 pm   Check-out time: 12 noon Distance to/from Airport: The Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is located 20 minutes (9.2 miles) from the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown.  Connected via sky walk , The Headhouse, once home to Reading Terminal, features additional hotel guest rooms and suites, our downtown Philadelphia hotel’s Grand Ballroom, meeting rooms, and the Pennsylvania Convention Center. IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA
  18. 18. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today 18 Register online today: www.iedconline.org Registration Payment Policies Group Discounts IEDC offers a 10% discount off the basic registration for groups of four or more for full registrants employed by the same organization. The discount does not apply to guests, dinners, seminars, tours, other special events, or one-day registrations. To receive discounts, all registration forms, with payment or valid purchase order, must be received at the same time and by October 3, 2013. Please fax or email the registration to Earnestine Jones (e-mail: ejones@iedconline.org or (202) 223-4745). Bundled Conference/Education Course 15% Discount Receive a 15% discount on the pre-conference professional development education course and conference when you register, with payment or valid purchase order, for the conference and education course together by September 27, 2013. Membership Bundle Receive a 10% discount off membership when you join IEDC and register for the conference. Use promotional code PHIL13. Eligible Course • Economic Development Marketing and Attraction (October 3–4) Note: Multiple discounts cannot be used. Registration Policy • Registrations received by fax or mail will only be accepted and processed with a credit card number, check or a copy of a valid purchase order. If not, the registration will not be processed. • Registrations will not be accepted over the telephone. You may register on-line at http://www.iedcevents.org/ AnnualConference/Registration.html#.UWhGKtmPLGg • Written confirmation of your registration will be emailed or mailed to you, beginning in July. If you do not receive your confirmation, please contact Earnestine Jones (e-mail: ejones@ iedconline.org or (202) 942-9463.) • Any changes to your registration must be in writing. You may e-mail or fax your changes to Earnestine Jones (e-mail: ejones@iedconline.org or fax: (202) 223-4745.) • In order to guarantee that your name will be included in the Conference Attendees List, completed registrations with payment or a valid copy of the purchase order must be received by September 26, 2013. The Attendee’s list will be emailed to all registered Attendees on Friday, September 27, 2013. Please keep the Attendee’s list for your records. It is no longer included in the Conference packet. • For speedier on-site processing, payment must be received by October 2, 2013. No one may pick up registration materials without payment. If your payment will not reach IEDC office by October 2, you may bring your check payment with you. Payment Policy • Payment for all registrations must be made in full prior to the conference. • Registrants will be required to resolve any unpaid balances by check or credit card on-site at the conference, excluding those with government purchases orders. • Registrations received by mail or fax will only be accepted and processed with a credit card number or a faxed copy of a valid purchase order. Cancellation, Refund, and No-Show Policy • Substitutions will be accepted at any time. • All registered attendees cancelling their registration, will be charged a $95 processing fee, regardless of when the cancellation notice was received. • Cancellations by phone are not accepted. • Cancellations must be received in writing by mail, fax or email to Earnestine Jones, (e-mail: ejones@iedconline.org or Fax: (202) 223-4745). • Cancellations received in writing on or before Friday, September 20, 2013 will be refunded or credited to a future IEDC Conference (less a $95 processing fee). These transactions will be processed after the conference. • There will be no refunds or credits for cancellations received after September 20, 2013. • A registered attendee, who does not submit a written cancellation or attend the conference is considered a No-Show and is not eligible for a refund or credit. • A registered attendee, who does not submit a written cancellation or attend the conference, is still liable for any outstanding balances. Note: Questions regarding the policy above should be directed to Earnestine Jones via e-mail at (ejones@iedconline.org or (202) 942-9463.)
  19. 19. Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 International Economic Development Council 19   Register online today: www.iedconline.org pinnacle chairman’s club signature diamond platinum silver media partners IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIAIEDC owes a great debt of gratitude to the organizations that appear below. These are key sponsors whose financial support helps make this 2013 Annual Conference possible.
  20. 20. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today 20 Register online today: www.iedconline.org IEDC MEMBERSHIP Join IEDC now and save 10% on dues, plus enjoy the member rate for conference registration—a $100 savings. To receive discount use promo code PHIL13. “The biggest value I find are the other IEDC members. I get the widest and most comprehensive view of the economic development field from my contact with so many professional with widely different skills.” “The organization gets stronger with time. It takes a very practical approach when addressing important current subjects.” “During the recession we had to reduce our EDO’s expenses. We did not consider cutting out our IEDC membership to save money.” “I appreciate the rewards of volunteering within IEDC.” “IEDC’s conferences, publications, and members only content—particularly the Economic Development Research Partners papers—keep us extremely well informed and up to date about our profession. No one does it better.” Members actually tell the best story about why they belong. Here are a few recent member comments about IEDC.
  21. 21. Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 21   program sunday, october 6–wednesday, october 9IEDC MEMBERSHIP IEDC Membership IEDC products and services provide the very latest information on and deliver comprehensive training in the many diverse functions of economic development. Here is just a short outline of IEDC benefits that our members rely on: Networking Opportunities Abound Online Membership Directory Conferences: IEDC’s four yearly conferences provide thousands of ED professionals networking opportunities unavailable elsewhere. Learn Achieve Professional Development CEcD Certification: IEDC’s thorough professional development courses serve the experienced professional, the newcomer to the field and those wishing to gain the Certified Economic Developer designation. Organizational Accreditation (AEDO): The field’s widely respected rigorous accreditation program for economic development organizations. Nationally Recognized Awards Program: IEDC’s Excellence in Economic Development Awards program recognizes the best of the best in the field. Access Information Economic Development Now: Our members-only bimonthly reports news, delivers original reports and examines best practices. Economic Development Journal: IEDC’s quarterly peer reviewed journal. Job Center: Refreshed daily and contains more ED listings than any other single source. . Legislative Tracking Federal Directory: IEDC monitors legislation and engages our membership in policy advocacy activities. Information Clearinghouse: Our clearinghouse provides information on the latest trends, best practices, and economic development issues. Visit www.iedconline.org for membership information Dues Code Annual Dues Number of Members Economic Development Research Partner EDRP Research Partner $5,000 8 Public Agency (Based on population) PA4 Under 100,000 $345 1 PA3 Between 100,000–199,000 $495 2 PA2 Between 200,000–499,000 $795 3 PA1 Over 500,000 $1,095 4 Utility (Based on Economic Development Budget) UT4 Under $250,000 $345 1 UT3 $250,000–$749,999 $495 2 UT2 $750,000–$1,250,000 $795 3 UT1 Over $1,250,000 $1,095 4 Non-Profit (Based on Operating Budget) NP4 Under $250,000 $345 1 NP3 $250,000–$749,999 $495 2 NP2 $750,000–$1,250,000 $795 3 NP1 Over $1,250,000 $1,095 4 Consultant (Based on Economic Development Billings) CN3 Sole Practitioner $345 1 CN2 Billings Under $1 million $795 3 CN1 Billings Over $1 million $1,095 4 Institution INS University or Library $345 1 Private Organization PRI Corporate $1,095 4 Other STU Student* $60 1 RM Retired $95 1 MIT Member in Transition $115 1 SA Additional Individual Member (Org must be current IEDC member) $145 1 *Copy of current transcript required  Clip Return Membership Application Organization: Mailing Address: City: State: Zip Code: Telephone: Fax: Primary Contact Name: Title: Telephone: Fax: E-mail: Membership Code: Dues: $ Promotional Code: PHIL13 Method of Payment: Check Number: Purchase Order Number: (A copy of the actual purchase order must be accompanied with the application) Credit Card:  Please mark type of Card and then fill out the necessary information  Visa  MasterCard  American Express Card Number: Expiration Date: Cardholder Name: IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA
  22. 22. IEDC 2013 Annual Conference  22 conference REGISTRATION FORM Registrant Information—Please print clearly. Name: Preferred First Name on Badge: Job Title: Organization: Address: City, State, Zip: Telephone, Fax: Email: Spouse/Guest Information Name: Preferred Name on Badge: City, State, Zip: Please mail or fax your completed form to: IEDC, 734 15th Street, NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC 20005 Fax: (202) 223-4745 Register Online at: www.iedconline.org Payment Please check event times carefully as many are concurrent. Prices are per person. Be sure to include spouse/guest if needed. Total Amount  Enclosed is my check payable to IEDC  Purchase Order (must accompany registration form)  Visa  MasterCard  American Express Card #: Expiration Date: Card Holder Name (Required): Authorized Signature (Required): ClipReturn Qty Special Events (paid) Cost Total Golf Outing at Bala Golf Club Sunday, October 6, 7:00 am–12:00 pm $125 $ Defining Issues Luncheon Monday, October 7, 11:45 am–1:30 pm $45 $ Special Networking Luncheon: Elected Officials and Board of Directors of Economic Development Organizations, Monday, October 7, 12:15 pm–1:30 pm $25 $ Recognition Dinner, Monday, October 7, 6:30 pm–9:00 pm $100 $ Qty Special Events (free) Total Networking Lunch in the Economic Development Marketplace, Monday, October 7, 12:15 pm–1:30 pm Free Preparing for the CEcD Exam Workshop Tuesday, October 8, 7:00 am–8:30 am Free IEDC Networking Reception, Tuesday, October 8, 6:30 pm–8:00 pm Free New Member Orientation and Non-Member Welcome Sunday, October 6, 5:00 pm–6:00 pm Free Chairman’s Reception, Sunday, October 6, 6:00 pm–7:30 pm Free Young Professional and Student Networking Event at the Field House, Sunday, October 6, 9:00 pm Free Young Professional and Student Roundtable Lunch Monday, October 7, 12:15 pm–1:30 pm Free Economic Development Ethics Workshop Sunday, October 6, 10:30 am–12:30 pm Free Economic Development Ethics Workshop Monday, October 7, 11:40 am–1:40 pm Free Tours and Special Events Qty Tours Cost Total Lehigh Valley: Bethlehem Steel Brownfield Redevelopment, Saturday, October 5, 10:00 am–5:00 pm $45 $ Revitalizing Atlantic City: ‘The Walk’, Revel, Miss America, and Beyond, Sunday, October 6, 8:00 am–1:30 pm $75 $ Walking Tour: Center City Philadelphia Sunday, October 6, 3:30 pm–5:30 pm $45 $ Collective Strength: Community Development Corporations Change the Game for Philadelphia Monday, October 7, 8:30 am–11:30 am $45 $ The Navy Yard, Philadelphia, PA Monday, October 7, 2:00 pm–5:30 pm $45 $ Wilmington, Delaware: A Tale of Two Unique Redevelopment Initiatives Tuesday, October 8, 7:30 am–12:30 pm $45 $ Philadelphia’s Schuylkill River: Waterfront Access as Revitalization Catalyst Tuesday, October 8, 9:00 am–11:30 am $45 $ Strengthening the Entrepreneur and Startup Landscape in Philadelphia Tuesday, October 8, 2:30 pm–5:30 pm $45 $ Special Services (Please indicate any special service you require)  Mobility  Hearing  Vision  Dietary  Other _______________________ REGISTRATION TOTAL $ Registration Rates Qty Basic Registration By 8/9 After 8/9 Total IEDC Member $695 $795 $ Pennsylvania Economic Development Association Member $695 $795 $ Non-Member $795 $895 $ Spouse/Guest $220 $240 $ Student* $125 $125 $ Retired/Honorary Lifetime Member $185 $185 $ Member in Transition $185 $185 $ State, Regional and Provincial Partners Executive Directors $185 $185 $ *Copy of current transcript required. Special Discount Packages IEDC Professional Development Course Package Pre-Conference Course, Oct 3–4, 2013 Development Marketing and Attraction  I have registered for BOTH the conference and professional development training courses. Please calculate my 15% discount. Refer to www.iedconline.org for details. Discounts for Groups of 4 or More Visit www.iedconline.org for details. Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today Register online today: www.iedconline.org
  23. 23. Philadelphia, PA • October 6–9, 2013 International Economic Development Council 23   Register online today: www.iedconline.org IEDC2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE PHILADELPHIA
  24. 24. Who Should Attend Real Estate Redevelopment Executives Utility Economic Development Executives Logistics Business Development Executives Economic Developers Business Retention and Expansion Specialists Planners Economic Development Consultants Site Selectors Small Business Entrepreneurship Specialists Workforce Development Experts ElectedOfficials ChamberExecutives Transformation, Innovation, Reinvention: Creating Tomorrow’s Economy Today Philadelphia, Pennsylvania October 6–9, 2013 Philadelphia Marriott Downtown www.iedconline.org International Economic Development Council 734 15th Street, NW, Suite 900 Washington, DC 20005 Phone: (202) 223-7800 Register by August 9 and SAVE! www.iedconline.org

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