Kentucky Institute for Economic Development Course

SPONSORED BY: UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, GATTON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS, DON & CATHY JACOBS EXECUTIVE EDUCATION CENTER

PRESENTED BY: KENTUCKY ASSOCIATION OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (KAED)

For more information:  Contact Kentucky Association for Economic Development (KAED) at 502-227-9653

The Kentucky Institute for Economic Development offers intensive training in the basic principals of economic development. The Institute's objective is to meet the needs of persons working in the development field as professionals or volunteers in both the public and private sectors.

This course is designed to equip participants with the tools necessary to compete aggressively and successfully for new development in their communities.

This course is ideal for:

  • Local development organizations
  • Chamber of Commerce directors
  • Industrial and commercial facility managers
  • Contractors
  • Realtors
  • Planners
  • Developers
  • Officers of financial institutions
  • Engineers
  • Public utility representatives
  • Government officials
  • Concerned citizens

The faculty is composed of practitioners and academicians of recognized, long-standing experience in economic development. They focus heavily on practical economic development strategy - a shirt-sleeves, how-to approach.

Sponsored by:

Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development
International Economic Development Council