NPC17 Program: 2017 National Planning Conference
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The proforma is the major decision making tool for developers. It tells whether their project will make money or needs to be reimagined. Planners should be familiar with proformas because they can help describe a project to prospective investors.
Entrepreneurial ecosystems are comprised of organizations, capital, and people that foster thriving start-ups. Today, regions are strengthening their ecosystems through mapping, measuring and connecting resources. This session hosts a discussion on feasible ways to foster ecosystem resources and track progress.
John Provo | Sarah Lyon-Hill | Margaret Cowell
Economic Development Division Business Meeting at Javits Convention Center