Economic Development: Educational Presentations
The Economic Development Committee's purpose is to further the economic stability and growth of the city of Edina. This committee encourages and guides economic development in the city of Edina through advocacy and program development, support for existing businesses and recruitment of new businesses. Join us for one of our Educational Presentations! Chamber Members only, please.
Next Economic Development Educational Presentation
Monday, August 26, 2019
9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Hellmuth & Johnson
Chamber Members Only Please
Speaker: Jamie Fischer, Events Manager for The Riveter
The Riveter is a female-forward workspace and community built to change the dynamic for women entrepreneurs, freelancers and everyone in between. They offer far more than a desk. They provide daily programming to cultivate skills, from Podcasting 101 to angel investment pitch clinics. They also give members space to focus on wellness, including movement studios with daily classes, meditation rooms, and a full program of relevant conversations and workshops.
Jamie Fischer is the Events Manager for The Riveter, a national membership network of community, content, resources and coworking spaces, built by women for everyone. Although Jamie received her BFA in Historic Preservation from the Savannah College of Art & Design, she launched her career in marketing and has long called the Midwest home. Jamie has managed marketing and events for a wide range of businesses including non-profits and startups. She is passionate about furthering the conversation around equity and inclusion in the workplace.
Development in Edina
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June 2019 Presentation Documents
March 2019 Presentation Documents
November 2018 Presentation Documents
August 2018 Presentation Documents
June 2018 Presentation Documents
May 2018 Presentation Documents
April 2018 Presentation Documents
Medical/Wellness Destination Documents
Constructive Building Advisors, LLC
Chair of the Economic Development Committee