Golden Shovel Agency to Attend 2014 Best Practices Mid-America Economic Development Conference
Monday, May 12, 2014
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - May 12, 2014 - Golden Shovel Agency continues their busy year with a local conference in Minnesota for the annual Mid-America Economic Development Council’s Best Practices Conference. This 3 day conference will be held in Minneapolis May 14 - 16.
This year, Golden Shovel Agency’s Vice President Sales, John Marshall, and newest member of the team, Lindsay Olson, will be attending. During this conference, Marshall and Olson will be attending the sessions and meeting with clients to reconnect and talk about up and coming trends in Economic Development.
“This is always a great conference to get ideas from those that have been successful in their economic endeavors.” states Marshall. “Mid America EDC always has really good success stories from the Midwest that are significant learning opportunities for us and our clients.”
In addition to attending the many great sessions being offered, Marshall and Olson are looking forward to networking with the conference attendees.
“This is my first conference and I am looking forward to meeting fellow economic development professionals and learning what I can from the sessions.” says Olson.
About Golden Shovel Agency:
Golden Shovel Agency views economic development as a creative endeavor, critical for a region or community to attract and retain businesses. They bring over 10 years of experience combining web technology and design expertise to present communities in their best light. At Golden Shovel, they employ the latest trends and keep their clients ahead of the curve.
About Mid-America Economic Development Council Competitiveness Conference:
The Competitiveness Conference, hosted by the Mid America Economic Development Council, is an affordable opportunity for economic development education, networking, and face time with site selectors from across the country! The Competitiveness Conference is ideal for anyone in the economic development profession who is searching for opportunities to connect with site selectors, learn from experienced practitioners, and attend sessions on economic development most relevant to Midwest communities, large and small.