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November 16, 2017, Thursday - East Town Business Partnership Business Forum at the Guthrie

The East Town Business Partnership November 16, Business Forum will take place, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at the Guthrie Theater. The title for the November forum is the "Super Bowl 52: Let's Get the Party Started!" Networking and lunch will start at 11:30 a.m., with the program starting at Noon.

Please RSVP for the business forum at Eventbrite.

Super Bowl 52 and accompanying events are on everyone’s minds, and now it is time to learn more about the specific schedules, logistics and business opportunities for East Town and all of downtown to be a part of the celebration! This forum will feature Super Bowl 52 Executive Leadership providing the most current overview of all the final plans for activities, maps, and events for Minnesota’s moment on a global stage.

East Town Business Partnership 2017-2018 Business Forum Schedule

November 16 at the Guthrie Theater: Super Bowl 52: Let’s Get the Party Started!
Super Bowl 52 Host Committee Leadership providing an overview of all the activities and events of Minnesota’s moment on a global stage.

December 19 at Day Block Brewing: Innovative Business Models + Start Ups
East Town is becoming a new hub for startup companies! This shared forum with the mpls downtown council will feature successful entrepreneurs discussing the theory and practice behind their success and strategies.

January at the Guthrie Theater: Helping Businesses Lead on Energy Efficiencies, Waste and Pollution Reductions
This forum will feature subject experts discussing several new and innovative partnerships that are transforming how Minneapolis businesses can play a leading role in new energy efficiencies and waste reductions that are both good for business and the community.

February: Destination Transformation 2030 Meet Minneapolis Tourism Master Plan
Executive Leadership from Meet Minneapolis presenting on the long range goal to be a region that hosts 50 million visitors annually through regional branding and marketing and efforts across an array of sectors.

March at HCMC: First Look at the New HCMC Clinic and Specialty Center
$222 million, 377,00 square foot, 40 clinics moved from 9 buildings into one new clinic that is skyway and tunnel connected to the HCMC campus! This shared forum with the mpls downtown council will feature HCMC Executive Leadership sharing unique details about the project.

April at the Normandy Inn: A Big, Bold North, Booming East Town Extraaaaavaganza (Annual Meeting)
This meeting will include annual district highlights and emerging priorities. And, our feature presenters, the very popular Theater for Public Policy will provide a humorous and improvised look at what it means to be East Town in the Bold North!

May: Water Works + Lock and Dam: All Things Riverfront Development
This forum will feature leadership from the Riverfront Partnership and the Minneapolis Park Foundation giving us a comprehensive look at projects transforming the riverfront for generations to come.

June at Kraus Anderson Headquarters: Celebrating the Opening of the Kraus Anderson Block
The redevelopment of an entire block of East Town is a celebration of urban innovation and best practices for mixed use development. This shared forum with the mpls downtown council will introduce us to all that is new on this block including new housing, the Elliot hotel and restaurant, the Finnovation Center, and the new Kraus Anderson headquarters.