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Economic Development Credit Analysis (CM | 24)

Georgia Tech Square 85 Fifth Street NW, Atlanta, GA

This hands-on course presents business financing tools and available private financing options, as well as how the public sector can complement bank financing. You will learn how to stimulate private sector investment that results in the creation of permanent, private sector jobs and increased productivity. Course participants will also perform credit analysis by determining how […]

Economic Development Marketing & Attraction (CM | 16)

Georgia Tech Square 85 Fifth Street NW, Atlanta, GA

This hands-on course will review the fundamentals of developing and implementing a high-impact marketing and attraction plan. Businesses looking to locate or expand need accurate, up-to-date, and credible information and communities need rock-solid marketing techniques to reach the needs of the business community. Course participants will be able to learn how to craft their community's […]

Economic Development Finance Programs (CM | 24)

Georgia Tech Square 85 Fifth Street NW, Atlanta, GA

The core objective of this analytical course is to explain the financial tools used to stimulate private sector investment that results in the creation of permanent, private sector jobs, increased productivity and improvement in the local tax base. Specifically, the course will review current debt, equity, grant and incentive-based financing programs that are accessible to […]

Planning for Health

Georgia Tech Square 85 Fifth Street NW, Atlanta, GA

Planning and public policy are creating supportive built environments that increase transportation options, access to services, healthy foods, parks, and other community benefits that can help make the healthy choice the easy choice.

Georgia Tech SPA Park(ing) Day 2011

Georgia Tech Square 85 Fifth Street NW, Atlanta, GA

Join the Student Planning Association of Georgia Tech for Park(ing) Day 2011 (http://parkingday.org/) along Fifth Street in Tech Square. Park(ing) Day is an international event that encourages people to think about how space is used by turning metered parking spaces into green space, public space, and other creative uses.