Webinars from the Center for Research and Innovation to Focus on Agricultural Incubators, Shared Services

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Webinars from the Center for Research and Innovation to Focus on Agricultural Incubators, Shared Services


NLC's Center for Research and Innovation is hosting two webinars during the month of March.

Economic Development Peer Network Webinar: Agricultural Incubators

Thursday, March 22, 2:30-3:30 p.m. Eastern time

NLC's Economic Development (ED) Peer Network is holding a webinar featuring Margaret Brennan-Tonetta, associate vice president for economic development at Rutgers University and associate director of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station. Dr. Brennan-Tonetta will discuss the Food Innovation Center, a unique business incubation and economic development accelerator program, which provides business and technology expertise to startup and established food and value-added agriculture businesses in yew Jersey and the surrounding region.

The ED Peer Network is open to local elected officials, staff and other economic development stakeholders and provides a bi-monthly webinar and other opportunities to hear from experts and exchange best practices with peers.

Register for this webinar on http:// my.nlc.org/eweb. If you have any questions about the NLC Economic Development Peer Network or the upcoming webinar please contact Katie McConnell at mcconnell@nlc.org.

Shared Services: The San Carlos, Calif., Experience

Thursday, March 29, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern time

Facing serious budget constraints, including an annual $3.5 million structural deficit, the elected and appointed leaders of the City of San Carlos, Calif. …

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