In case you haven’t secured your admission to next week’s 59th annual Governor’s Conference on Economic and Community Development in Nashville and if you’re considering attending, time’s of the essence.
The event will take place over two days – Thursday and Friday – and feature hundreds of business leaders and officials from across the state, sharing information on how to make Tennessee an even more attractive place to do business.
The “official” pre-registration period has ended, but word from state officials is that seats are still available.
Here’s the latest from the Tennessee ECD folks, released earlier today:
Not preregistered? Not a problem! You can register at the conference for $225 for full attendees, $200 for spouses and $50 for students. There will be a very limited number of luncheon only tickets available for purchase at the registration desk during the conference for $50 each.
Interested? Then head over to the conference site at http://www.tnecdcon.com/ to sign up and do your part in making Tennessee a leader in business development.