Moving Forward: Transforming the City of Camden

Summary

Camden is a city in the midst of an historic comeback. Camden is reviving its proud history as a manufacturing hub, attracting firms like Holtec International and Lockheed Martin among others to open offices and even relocate corporate headquarters to the city. A variety of efforts, including regaining an investment grade bond rating for the first time in more than 30 years, are giving businesses optimism about the future of Camden. Come and hear directly from policy and decision makers in Camden about the programs available for business to relocate to Camden and hire city residents. Camden County Freeholder Jeff Nash. CEO of Rowan University/Rutgers-Camden Board of Governors Dana Redd, and Cooper’s Ferry Partnership CEO Kris Kolluri will discuss projects underway and in planning in Camden, and what the future will hold for major markets including education, medical, city/county facilities, infrastructure improvements, residential, and commercial development. Find out the best ways to get your firm involved in the transformation of Camden!

Attendees will learn about:
  • Trends in development in Camden
  • The relationship between public and private agencies in Camden
  • Upcoming funding and available grants
  • The impact of the development along the Camden waterfront

Panelists:

  • Brian Berson, Vice President - Development, Brandywine
  • Dana L. Redd, CEO, Rowan University | Rutgers-Camden Board of Governors
  • Joseph Myers, Vice President & COO, Cooper's Ferry Partnership
  • Freeholder Jeffrey Nash, Camden County

Moderator:  Eileen Della Volle, Vice President, KS Engineers

Please note the following:

  • Registration includes a buffet breakfast
  • On-site parking is available at the Kroc Community Center
  •  AIA Credits pending
  • Approved for 1.5 CPSM Continuing Education Credits                                                                               

                               

 

   

 


 

 

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