The 2010 Super Regional Leadership Conference, a collaboration between
the Tampa Bay Partnership and the Central Florida Partnership, will be
on May 26-27 near Orlando.
The event will be at the Gaylord
in Kissimmee and sessions will include: Connecting for
Global Competitiveness presented by Professor
and members of his Urban Design Studio class, and
Global Space Activity: A Florida High Tech Opportunity. Keynote speaker Secretary Ray
with the U.S.
Department of Transportation
will discuss the high-speed rail
planned to connect Tampa and Orlando, and how good transportation leads
to sustainable communities.
came to Tampa for a town hall meeting at the University of Tampa
Jan. 28 to announce Florida's award of $1.25 billion for a
high speed rail, the Super Region is said to be the envy of the nation
as we obtain opportunities for job creation and global competitiveness.
The conference will serve as an opportunity for businesses to discover
how to take advantage of the merging of two regions.
conference will have a Pecha Kucha
use of the rapid fire presentation style of 20 images for 20 seconds,
which makes for a 6 minute and 40 second presentation. Applications for
presenters will be accepted until Friday, May 14, from anyone who
has "an initiative that leaders in the 14-county super region should be
aware of as far as economic and/business excellence, coordination of
assets, innovation or job creation."
Brief proposals may be emailed to Chris Steinocher, COO-SVP marketing & business
development, at the Tampa Bay Partnership. His email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
participants who register before Saturday, May 15, will save $20.
For more information on the 2010 Super Regional Leadership Conference,
Chris Steinocher, Tampa Bay Partnership