• Phil Hardwick

Creative Cities Summit 2.0 in Detroit on Oct. 13-15th

The Summit features an incredible lineup of talent that will discuss the complex issue that is our cities. Keynote speakers include:

* Bill Strickland, MCG-Bidwell Corp. * Richard Florida, Author Who’s Your City * Charles Landry, Author The Art of City Making * John Howkins, Author The Creative Economy * Majora Carter, Sustainable South Bronx * Doug Farr, Architect and Author Sustainable Urbanism * Ben Hecht, Pres. & CEO Living Cities * Tom Wujec, Fellow, Autodesk * Carol Coletta, CEOs for Cities * Giorgio Di Cicco, Poet Laureate, City of Toronto and Author, The Municipal Mind * Diana Lind, Editor, Next American City magazine

Additionally, there will be a wide range of breakout sessions on topics such as:

* Race and the Creative City * Cities, Universities & Talent * Marketing, Media and the Creative City * Measuring New Things – ROI in the Creative Economy * Creative (Small) Cities * New Ideas in Urban Amenities * Community Vitality: The Role of Artists, Gays, Lesbians & Immigrants * Midwest Mega-region: How the Midwest Can Compete * Transportation Innovation for Cities * Making the Scene: Music & Economic Development

Check out www.creativecitiessummit.com. Full conference registration is $300 for the two and half day event and we just added an economy minded “no frills” registration that is only $100.



P.O. Box 1293, Holly Springs, GA 30142


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