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Building a Supportive Environment for our Downtown Entrepreneurs

When:

September 13, 2019

Jefferson City, Missouri

9 am - 4:30 pm

The workshop location is:

Governor's Office Building

200 Madison Street, Room 450

Jefferson City, MO 65101

This quarterly workshop has been approved for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for American Institute of Architects (AIA) in the amount of five credits.

Workshop Details

For many communities, our small businesses are working at an

“independent” level, trying their best to succeed and in some cases, to just

stay afloat without an active support system in place to help them address

needs and market opportunities. While overall economic development efforts

in communities of all sizes don’t always include attention and support to

small businesses, Main Street is all about strengthening our existing local

economy by supporting our downtown entrepreneurs. From developing retail

promotions that work, to cutting-edge tools that add understanding on trends

and best practices, this session will highlight important strategies to not only

position your Main Street program as a valuable partner, but consciously build a strong supportive environment for the success of our downtown entrepreneurs.

Registration

Registration is $100 per person for Missouri Main Street Members; $200 for non-members through August 30th. Add $25 to member and non-member rate beginning August 31st. Save on registration and become a member.

All cancellations/refunds must be submitted in writing. Cancellations after September 9th are not refundable.

Register Online Here

Lodging

DoubleTree Hotel

422 Monroe Street

Jefferson City, Missouri 65101

Mention Missouri Main Street Quarterly Workshop for the room block rate of $116 plus tax.

For Reservations Call: 573-636-5101

About the Presenter

Norma Ramirez De Miess, Main Street America, Senior Program Officer and Director of Leadership Development Norma offers over 20 years of direct leadership experience and a passion for building communities with strong sense of place and economic vitality.

As a Senior Program Officer for the National Main Street Center, Norma works with state partners and hundreds of communities across the country defining strategies & supporting effective implementation of revitalization efforts.

Southwest Missouri Council of Governments
c/o Center for Resource Planning and Management
Levy-Wolf Building
110 Park Central Square
Springfield, MO 65806

Tel: 417-836-6900

Fax: 417-836-4146

Mail: 901 S. National Ave.

Springfield, MO 65897

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