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Economic Development 101 to demystify process with fun twist


For Immediate Release:
Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017
News from GO Topeka
120 SE 6th Ave., Topeka, KS 66603 | 785.234.2644

Contact: Michaela Saunders, v.p. of brand strategy, 785.234.1030

TOPEKA, Kansas –  Economic development is more than buzz words. It matters to our community. At this public presentation, GO Topeka will put a fun twist on this important topic. Join us Thursday to learn more.

What: Economic Development 101 is a chance to learn more about the importance of economic development in a thriving community. It will give guests the opportunity to understand the processes of business attraction and retention for businesses of all sizes from GO Topeka’s local experts, Molly Howey, senior vice president of economic development and Jackie Steele, vice president of business retention and expansion.

When: 5:30-7 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017

Where: Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library’s Marvin Auditorium, 1515 SW 10th Ave.

GO Topeka creates opportunities for growth, prosperity, innovation, and economic diversity and vibrancy that positively impact current and future citizens of Topeka & Shawnee County by attracting world-class companies, providing existing companies with the knowledge and resources to reach their highest potential and cultivating entrepreneurial development and growth. Learn more at www.GoTopeka.com.

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