B.E.E.R.: Regional Cooperation - Why Communities Should Collaborate

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Name: B.E.E.R.: Regional Cooperation - Why Communities Should Collaborate
Date: March 27, 2019
Time: 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM CDT
Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
Event Description:

Topic: Regional Cooperation
Why Communities Should Collaborate

Join us for a hot breakfast and networking at this year's B.E.E.R. event! 

Speaker: David Beurle, CEO and Founder of Future iQ

David Beurle is a world-renowned expert on community, regional and organizational economic revitalization. His work extends from the local and regional, through to Corporate and Governmental levels with a focus on ‘future thinking’ and long-term planning. He specializes in creating innovative future planning approaches for use in regional and organizational settings.

He developed the groundbreaking Future Game as a widely used planning and  workshop tool, which has been successfully used across the world in community, regional, industry, corporate and governmental settings. He pioneered the application of Scenario Planning to regions and rural industries around the world. Having worked in the field of regional and community planning/revitalization for over 20 years, he is a leader in the field of regional and organizational development.  

*If you have allergies or need a special meal, you must let us know at the time of registration. Please mention your dietary restrictions in the notes section of your registration. We are unable to accommodate last-minute meal requests

The Edina Chamber accepts cancellations and will refund up to 3 business days before the event. We do not offer refunds for this event after that time period. All no shows will be billed. Substitutions are welcome. 
Event Media:
Edina Country Club
5100 Wooddale Ave
Edina, MN 55424
Date/Time Information:

Wednesday, March 27, 2019
8:00 - 9:30 a.m.

Contact Information:
Lori Syverson
$210 table sponsor (seating 6)
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