Upcoming IEDC Webinar: Emerging Trends in Real Estate
May 18, 2017
2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET
Member rate: $95
Non-member rate: $135
Registration Deadline: May 18 at 11:00 a.m. ET
Essential to job creation and economic growth, you can create vibrant environments that will draw people to your community. As new opportunities to attract, expand, or relocate businesses arise, you'll want to evaluate your community's real estate market.
Innovative trends throughout the real estate industry are providing more creative and flexible infrastructure options that you can capitalize on. Attend this webinar, and you'll learn about emerging real estate trends and how your organization can benefit from them.
Register for this webinar and hear:
• How your EDO can strengthen relationships with real estate developers to provide strategic direction for their community
• How trends in real estate investment and financial structures are impacting economic growth
• Geographical forecasts in real estate development for 2017 and beyond
Robin Scott Hunden
Hunden Strategic Partners
Mr. Hunden, ISHC, offers extensive experience in managing the feasibility and implementation of major real estate projects as well as organizational development. Since launching Hunden Strategic Partners, he has been a sought-after consultant for dozens of hotel, convention, mixed-use entertainment and retail projects, as well as other tourism and economic development projects and master plans. He also has experience moving organizations to a position of focus and action through strategic planning initiatives. See full bio.
Robert M. Lewis, CEcD, AICP
Principal and President
Development Strategies, Inc.
Saint Louis, MO
Bob directs economic research and planning projects at Development Strategies, based in St. Louis. He was part of the team that created Development Strategies in 1988 after ten years with Team Four and two years with the St. Louis County Department of Planning. Bob was named president in 2000. The focus of his professional work is analyzing the market, economic, and organizational forces that influence urban planning, economic growth, and real estate development. His consulting services yield strategic recommendations for clients seeking to maximize economic value. Clients include local governments, private property owners, corporations, government agencies, nonprofits, and institutions all around the USA. See full bio.