Our evening program on March 27 includes a panel discussion that will focus on next steps needed to implement Piedmont Together's regional vision. The full panel, to be moderated by regional investment banker Algenon Cash from Wharton Gladden, includes notable community development leaders.
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White's goal as mayor is making the city of Greenville "the most beautiful and livable city in America." He will lead as keynote for a special breakfast session, "Partnerships and Cooperation," as well as in the afternoon, with a session titled "Vision, Time, Commitment: How to Get it Done" on March 27th.
Because of the important capacity-building work Piedmont Together has done through two equity summits, PolicyLink has chosen Piedmont Together for preparation of a regional equity profile.
Registration is now open for our exciting regional event! Piedmont Together is unveiling our comprehensive regional plan for North Carolina's Piedmont Triad on March 27 in downtown Greensboro. The event will be relevant to anyone concerned with the prosperity of their community, city, town or the region.
Join PlaceMatters and PolicyLink for a webinar on February 19, 2014 that focuses on long-term strategies to foster meaningful community engagement with marginalized communities.
The EPA joined Piedmont Together in hosting a community workshop in Lewisville focused on downtown development and the infrastructure of towns.
Piedmont Together is excited to announce a roster of local, regional and nationally acclaimed speakers for our March 27, 2014 summit. Join us to hear and discuss best practices and next steps for the Piedmont Triad.
Five Piedmont Together team members will attend this year's Sustainable Communities Leadership Academy, led by the Institute for Sustainable Communities.
The Piedmont Triad Partnership's free daily newsletter, Quick Clips, sends national and regional economic and business news straight to your inbox.
In response to the Triad Business Journal's Jan. 24 cover story, “Economic Development: Is There a Better Way?” Piedmont Together's Mark Kirstner addresses why collaborative, regional economic development is more effective than efforts focused only on promoting individual municipalities or counties.